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He'll Be A Friend Written and recorded by Johnny Cash
C G7 C Well God told Noah to build an ark He said it's gonna rain gonna be dark G7 C Call in the animals two by two and don't let a sinful man go through G7 C So the flood came just like He said and every evil thing on earth was dead G7 C But Noah's faith was like a rock God laid his ark on a mountain top
F C He'll be a friend and guide you He'll walk along with you D7 G7 You'll feel it there inside you He'll help you make it through C When things looked dark Noah saw the light F Cause faith had told him right was might C G7 C If you need a friend He'll guide you He'll be a friend to you
G7 C Well you've heard of Samson the strong man the mightiest man in all the land G7 C There was one purpose for his might he had to deliver the Israelites G7 C By the Philistines he was overcome they tied him up to carry him home
But Samson prayed and his bounds were gone G7 C He killed a thousand with an old jawbone
F C He'll be a friend and guide you He'll walk along with you D7 G7 You'll feel it there inside you He'll help you make it through C F God showed Samson what to do and it's the same God that stands by you C G7 C If you need a friend He'll guide you He'll be a friend to you
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