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The Rock Recorded by Tracy Lawrence Written by Thom Shepherd
C F G7 C Outside Savanna spring of 1844 F C G7 They drove the last nail in and opened up the doors F C G7 Am Jedediah Moore was the first to be baptized F C Saw him married here and buried here G7 C When the Yankees took his life
F C G7 C I've felt the pain of people fighting their own demons F C G7 C And the presence of the power that finally freed them F C G7 Am I'm a bright and shining beacon giving shelter in the storm F C G7 C And every saint and sinner I greet with open arms
Am C I am the rock I am stained glass and stone G7 F G7 The foundation that this town was built upon C Am And I've been standing strong and steady all these years F G7 C Held together by the faithful gathered here
F C G7 C I've heard the words of deliverance and damnation F C G7 C And the sweet sound of redemption and salvation F C G7 Am Entire congregations with their voices raised in song F C G7 C While the angels in my rafters rejoice and sing along
G7 Am F And as long as there's a God above C G7 And people still believe Am F My walls will never crumble Dm G7 And I will always be
C Am C I am the rock I am stained glass and stone G7 F G7 The foundation that this town was built upon C Am And I've been standing strong and steady all these years F G7 C Held together by the faithful gathered here
F G7 C Outside Savannah Spring of 1844 F C G7 F C They drove the last nail in and opened up my doors
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