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Fourth Man Recorded by the Statler Brothers Written by Arthur Smith
G D7 G Here is a story from the Good Book we know D7 G A story bout a miracle that happened long ago D7 G We hope that you'll take courage when temptation you meet C G C G There's somebody watching you who's strong when you're weak
D7 They wouldn't bend G They held onto the will of God so we are told D7 They wouldn't bow G They would not bow their knees to the idol made of gold D7 They wouldn't burn G They were protected by the fourth man in the fire C D7 G They wouldn't bend they wouldn't bow they wouldn't burn
Now the prophet Daniel tells about C Three men who walked with God D7 Shadrack Meshack and Abednego G Before the wicked king they stood
And the King commanded them C Bound and thrown in the fiery furnace that day D7 But the fire was so hot that the men were slain G That forced them on their way
Now when the three were cast in C And the King rose up to witness this awful fate D7 He began to tremble at what he saw G And in astonished tones he spake
C Did we not cast three men bound into the midst that fire D7 G For lo I see four men unhurt unbound and walking down there
C There's Shadrack Meshack and Abednego in the fiery coals they trod D7 G And the form of the fourth man that I see is like the Son of God
Repeat #2 x3
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