Praise The Lord And Send Me The Money lyrics and chords
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and sing, it was recorded by Bobby Bare.
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Praise The Lord And Send Me The Money Recorded by Bobby Bare Written by Hugh Moffatt
G C G Praise the Lord and send me the money D7 I'm happy you can be happy too G C G If you praise the Lord and send me the money D7 G That's what Jesus wants you to do
C G Late one night while watching Columbo D7 I fell asleep till quarter past three G C G Just like a vision I thought I was dreaming D7 G I heard the voice of a man on TV
Repeat #1 He said ...
C G I sat straight up and reached for my checkbook D7 Trembling with guilt took my bic pen in hand G C G I wrote out the figures a one and four zeros D7 G Went out and mailed it with a note to that man
C G I said praise the Lord I'm sending the money D7 I surely wanna be happy like you G C G Praise the Lord I'm sending the money D7 G If that's what Jesus wants me to do
C G I woke up late for work the next morning D7 I could not believe what I'd done G C G Wrote a hot check to Jesus for ten thousand dollars D7 G And my bank account only held thirty-one
C G I got a second job at a gasoline station D7 I'm saving my money to pay what I owe G C G I don't get much sleep cause I stay up late watching D7 G All of the folks on the Lord's TV show
Repeat #1 He said ...
C G Praise the Lord I’m sending the money
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