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it's a very good bluegrass song recorded by Bill Monroe and Jimmy
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Boat Of Love Recorded by Bill Monroe and Jimmy Martin Written by James B. Smith
G I can hear the voice (I can hear the voice)
Of the boatman coming (of the boatman coming)
And I'll be ready (and I’ll be ready) D7 When He calls my name (when He calls my name) G So happy I'll be (so happy I'll be)
On my way to Heaven (on my way to heaven) D7 G I hear the angels (I hear the angels) sweetly sing
On the boat of love (on the boat of love) D7 G D7 G Down at the harbor (down at the harbor) Em It's waiting there (it's waiting there) D7 For you and me (for you and me) G I have no fear (I have no fear) C Christ is the captain (Christ is the captain) G D7 G He'll guide us o're (He'll guide us o're) life's rolling sea
Let's get on board (let's get on board)
That great excursion (that great excursion)
And sail the sea (and sail the sea) D7 To the home above (to the home above) G Don't wait too late (don't wait too late)
To make your reservation (to make your reservation) D7 G It's the boat of God's (it's the boat of God's) eternal love
On the boat of love (on the boat of love)
Will soon be sailing (will soon be sailing)
It's heading for (it's heading for) D7 That golden shore (that golden shore) G Don't wait too late (don't wait too late)
To make your reservation (to make your reservation) D7 G Heaven is my home (Heaven is my home) for evermore
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