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Gospel Changes Recorded by John Denver Written by Jack Williams
C G7 Am The Prodigal Son He'd been away a while F G7 C He was working His way back home now over many a ragged mile F Dm C Em Am F When he finally crossed the river and His Father saw him near C G7 C There was a joyful sound for all the world to hear
G7 F Am I listened to what the Good Book said and it made good sense to me C Em F G7 Talkin' 'bout reapin' what you're sowin' people tryin' to be free Am F E7 Am Now we've got new names and faces this time a round F C G7 C Gospel Changes Lord still goin' down
G7 Am Jesus He did not doubt His gifts F G7 C Though He knew that He had not long to live F Dm C Em Am F He took care of the business of teachin' us how to fly C G7 C Then He bowed his head and laid down to die
G7 Am Jerusalem I see you standing high F G7 C But if you lose your salvation there'll be no tears left to cry F Dm C Em Am F Now some men worship a Golden Calf while others are bought and sold C G7 C And if we live like that brother we pay the toll
G7 F Am I listened to what the Good Book said and it made good sense to me C Em F G7 Talkin' 'bout reapin' what you're sowin' people tryin' to be free Am F E7 Am Now we've got new names and faces this time a round F C G7 F Gospel Changes Lord still goin' down
C G7 C Gospel Changes Lord still goin' down
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