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The Upper Room Recorded by Hank Locklin Written by Hank Locklin and Frank Peterson
G D7 It was getting dark in the evening gloom G When the Master entered in the upper room D7 And with Him eleven apostles so true A7 D7 One had turned traitor as the Master well knew
G D7 The time now had come for God's will to be done G The great God was giving His only dear Son D7 To spill out His life blood for men of good will G The dear kind Christ Jesus would pay Adam's bill
D7 And while they were dining the Master took bread
And with a prayer He broke it G And these are the words He said
D7 This is My body which is given for you A7 D7 He delivers remembrance for the works you must do G D7 He then took the cup and gave thanks over it G He said this is My blood you must drink every bit D7 It is shed for the many who will answer the call G To redeem falling mankind I gave them My all
D7 Tears fill my eyes there's no more to say G We all know the story of the next day D7 They seized our dear Savior they mocked Him with scorn A7 D7 Now to our Savior the kingdom was born
G D7 The pieces of silver did Judas no good G He hung himself as Christ knew he would D7 But the fingers of God wove into life's loom G The memory of promise in the upper room
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