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There Was Jesus Recorded by Zach Williams with Dolly Parton Written by Casey M. Beathard, Jonathan L. Smith and Zachary Williams
C Every time I tried to make it on my own Em C Every time I tried to stand and start to fall F Dm And all those lonely roads that I have travelled on C There was Jesus
When the life I built came crashing to the ground Em C When the friends I had were nowhere to be found F Dm I couldn't see it then but I can see it now C G7 There was Jesus
Am In the waiting in the searching F In the healing and the hurting C G7 Like a blessing buried in the broken pieces Am Every minute every moment F Where I've been and where I'm going C G7 Even when I didn't know it or couldn't see it C There was Jesus
For this man who needs amazing kind of grace Em For forgiveness at a price I couldn't pay F Dm I'm not perfect so I thank God every day C G7 There was Jesus (there was Jesus)
Am In the waiting in the searching F In the healing and the hurting C G7 Like a blessing buried in the broken pieces Am Every minute every moment F Where I've been and where I'm going C G7 Even when I didn't know it or couldn't see it Am There was Jesus
F C On the mountain in the valleys (there was Jesus) Em Am In the shadows of the alleys (there was Jesus) F C In the fire in the flood (there was Jesus) Em Am Always is and always was F C G7 No I never walk alone (never walk alone)
Dm C G7 There was Jesus (there was Jesus) C There was Jesus
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