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Where Do I Go From Here
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Where Do I Go From Here lyrics chords are provided for your personal use only, this is a wonderful country gospel song by Jim Reeves. It's done very slow and with feeling, it has simple chords.


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Where Do I Go From Here
recorded by Jim Reeves
written by Ray Griff

C                       G7
Where do I go from here what fate is drawing near
F                  G7               C
Touch my heart and guide my lips in prayer
Through the grace of God alone
I'll cast aside these fears I've known
    F                    G7             C
And lift myself from the depths of deep despair
Lead me through the darkness
And through each gloomy day
Take my hand  oh precious Lord
    C             G7
And help me on my way
Give me strength that I might find
Abiding faith and peace of mind
    F                 G7           C
And I won't ask Where do I go from here


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Country Gospel Song Titles

No one has ever had a smoother voice than Jim Reeves, he recorded many songs during his career, many of them country gospel. This one is superb and has a lot of meaning, it has simple chords with a nice slow melody. It's easy enough for us amateurs to sing and pick. Copy and paste Where Do I Go From Here lyrics and chords, so you can learn this great old song.