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it's a pretty country gospel written and recorded by Dolly Parton.
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Hello God Written and recorded by Dolly Parton
C F C Hello God are You out there can You hear me are You listening any more F C Hello God if we're still on speaking terms can You help me like before F I have questioned Your existence my resistance leaves me cold C G7 C G7 F Can You help me go the distance hello God hello hello
C This old world has gone to pieces can we fix it is there time
Hate and violence just increases we're so selfish cruel and blind F We fight and kill each other in Your name defending You C G7 Do You love some more than others we're so lost and confused
F C Hello God are you out there can you hear us are you listening any more F C Hello God if we're still on speaking terms can You help us like before F Oh the free will You have given we have made a mockery of C G7 This is no way to be livin' we're in great need of Your love F C G7 Hello God (hello hello)
F Hello God can You grant us love enough to make amends C (Hello God) is there still a chance that we could start again F Hello God we've learned our lesson dear God don't let us go C G7 (Hello hello) more than ever hello God hello hello
F Hello God we really need You we can't make it without You C (Hello God) we beseech You in the name of all that's true F Hello God please forgive us for we know not what we do C G7 Hello God give us one more chance to prove ourselves to You F C Hello God (hello God) hello God
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