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From Jerusalem To Jericho Recorded by Hank Williams written by Anna Simpson
C From Jerusalem to Jericho along that lonely road F C D7 G7 A certain man was set upon and robbed of all his gold C They stripped him and they beat him and they left him there for dead F C G7 C Who was it then that came along and bathed his aching head F C Tell me who tell me who G7 Tell me who was this neighbor kind and true C From Jerusalem to Jericho we're traveling everyday F C G7 C And many are the fallen ones that lie along the way
From Jerusalem to Jericho a certain priest come by F C D7 G7 He heard the poor man calling but he could not heed his cry C He drew his robes about him and quickly walked away F C G7 C Who was it then that came along and ministered that day Repeat #2
From Jerusalem to Jericho the wounded man did lay F C D7 G7 Along come then a Samaritan who was despised they say C He ministered unto the man and then he took him in F C G7 C He paid his fare and told the host to take good care of him
From Jerusalem to Jericho we’re traveling everyday F C D7 G7 And many are the fallen ones that lie along the way C They seemed despised rejected but no matter what they've been F C G7 C When everyone casts them out then Jesus takes them in
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