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Hymn 43 Chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE--------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the#
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research.#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Date: Fri, 22 May 1998 14:53:50 -0400
From: "Christopher J. Poulin" 
Subject: j/jethro_tull/hymn_43.crd

Title: Hymn 43
Artist: (Jethro Tull) Anderson/Barre?
Transcribed By: ttpagan@bestweb.net (Chris Poulin)

HYMN 43

D  C              A      G
Oh father high in heaven 

D     C              G
smile down upon your son.  Yeah!

D     C            G      Bb    A                    G
Whose busy with his money games Oh! his women and his gun.


Oh Jesus save me!
            E|-----------------
            B|-----------------
            G|----------------- Play 4x
            D|----------3-5----
            A|-5-5-530---------
            E|-----------------


D       C             A    G
And the unsung Western hero

D         C         G    
killed an Indian or three.  Yeah!

D           C               G     Bb   A                      G
And then he made his name in Hollywood    to set the white man free.


Oh Jesus save me!
            E|-----------------
            B|-----------------
            G|----------------- Play 4x
            D|----------3-5----
            A|-5-5-530---------
            E|-----------------

     D        C                   G          F   C
If Jesus saves -- well, He'd better save Himself

            D             C         G           F       C
from the gory glory seekers who use His name in death.

A    G                                D
     Oooh! Oooh! Oooh! Oooh! Oh Jesus save me!

Solo:   D C A G
        D C G
        D C G Bb A G

D        C                   G           F       C
If Jesus saves -- well, He'd better save Himself

            D             C         G           F       C
from the gory glory seekers who use His name in death.

A    G
     Oooh! Oooh! Oooh! Oooh!

Oh Jesus save me!
            E|-----------------
            B|-----------------
            G|----------------- Play 2x
            D|----------3-5----
            A|-5-5-530---------
            E|-----------------

D C              A    G
I saw him in the city

D          C                G
and on the mountains of the moon --

D    C              G         Bb   A                           G
His cross was rather bloody --     Oh! He could hardly roll His stone.


Oh Jesus save me!
            E|-----------------
            B|-----------------
            G|----------------- Play 4x and end.
            D|----------3-5----
            A|-5-5-530---------
            E|-----------------

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sk8aholic44 wrote on April 6 2006, 08:56 pm

this is definitely perfect man, great job!

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bassetrox wrote on October 2 2007, 07:29 am

jolly good show

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tmcguire wrote on November 29 2013, 10:03 pm

Sounds great. Thanks

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