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One More Song
For Jesus lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's a very nice country gospel written and recorded by Tom T Hall.
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One More Song For Jesus Written and recorded by Tom T. Hall
C F C We've traveled this world over in our day and in our time D7 G7 We've heard some songs that made no sense and some that did not rhyme C F We may never sing another song there ain't no way to know C G7 C F C But let's have one more song for Jesus 'fore we go
G7 F C Oh we may not live the letter of the law and live that truth G7 F C G7 Judged and criticized for almost everything we do C F But they cannot stop our singing though they're holier than we C G7 C F C F C Let's have one more song for Jesus if you please
F C They say they're gonna burn us in a not too distant day D7 G7 I don't think we should buy that cause it just ain't Jesus' way C F Now they say he's mean and vicious and there's nothing that He won't do C G7 C F C They must know a different Jesus than we do
F C Some atheist may tell us He was just another man D7 G7 Some say that He's a superstar and they're His biggest fans C F He means so much to so many that I think you will agree C G7 C F C We oughta have one more song for Jesus if you please
G7 C F C F C We oughta have one more song for Jesus if you please G7 C F C Let's have one more song for Jesus on our knees G7 C F C Let's have one more song for Jesus if you please
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