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Don't Worry 'Bout Me lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
use only, it's a very pretty country/bluegrass gospel recorded by Paul
Williams and The Victory Trio.
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Don't Worry 'Bout Me Recorded by Paul Williams and The Victory Trio
G I was thinking today of my life here on earth C G Thinking back over the years
There's been a lot of heartaches sorrow and pain A7 D7 There's been disappointment and tears
G There's also been joy and a deep settled peace C G That only the born again know C G His Spirit leads me keeps me and feeds me D7 G That He gave me when He made me whole
Don't worry 'bout me when it comes time to leave C G I'm going to a far better place
On heaven's own strand not made with hands A7 D7 Basking in His love and His Grace
G Singing His Praises through countless ages C G With my Savior forever I'll be C G His blessed assurance gave me strength for endurance D7 G When the call comes don't worry 'bout me
How precious it's been with Jesus my friend C G Walking together each day
He's with me in the valley with me on the mountain A7 D7 He'll be with each trial I face
G I know there's a time a place and a day C G When my journey toward home is complete C G When my work here is done and my last song is sung D7 G He'll call but don't worry 'bout me
C G His blessed assurance gave me strength for endurance D7 G When the call comes don't worry 'bout me
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