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Talking To God Recorded by Ricky Van Shelton Written by Lewis J. Anderson and Layng Martine
G D7 C D7 School let out at 3:00 and I picked Jackson up G D7 Am C I had the tent and sleeping bags in the backend of the truck D7 G C Built a fire out by the lake and watched the sun go down G C D7 G Fell asleep side by side on nature’s hallowed ground
D7 C D7 You may not find me every Sunday sitting on the front row pew G D7 C D7 There are other ways of praying I believe we still get through C D7 G C The quiet of the backwoods with a boy and a fishing rod D7 G That’s just my way of talking to God
D7 C D7 Waking to a Whippoorwill at the crack of dawn G D7 Am C Sunbeams shining through the pines before the mist is gone D7 G C Hear a different drummer when I’m closer to the land G C D7 G Sometimes I have to get away to find out who I am
D7 C D7 You may not find me every Sunday sitting on the front row pew G D7 C D7 There are other ways of praying I believe we still get through C D7 G C Down a road less traveled I let go of a lot D7 G That’s just my way of talking to God
D7 C D7 I don’t need a Cathedral or a Tabernacle Choir C D7 A mountain stream cold and clean gets me inspired G D7 C Em Standing in a rainstorm now some might think it odd C D7 G But it’s just my way of talking to God
C D7 G It’s just my way of talking to God
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