All I Need (Did Not Catch Her Name) by "Caedmon's Call" Capo = 5th fret F F did not catch her name, G did not catch her tears. Am it hit me like a train F when her story hit my ears. F mother of eight sons, G father off to war, Am got no home address – G just bricks on a dirt floor. F F she said, "Jesus is all I need." F tiny plot of land, G corn stored up in piles. Am years it doesn't rain... F they just stay hungry for a while. F no fatted calf to kill, G she made a feast of cuy and corn. Am she said, "who else knew my name F before the day that i was born? F F Jesus is all i need Dm7 F F Jesus is all i need." F she bragged about her boys – G how they're growin' into men, Am how they learned to praise the Lord, F old style ecuadorian. F to buy the new guitar G she had to sell the swine. Am F said, "my boys go to school on a foreign angel's dime. G F this world calls me poor, G F i bore my babies on this floor. G F He always provides F sure as the sun will rise. D Am so i'll sing Him songs of praise D F 'cause i know He'll keep me in His gaze." F D Am D Am D F rain poured from the sky, G we raced back to the van. Am there were tears in the eyes F of this poor, forgetful man. F mother of eight sons, G she knows the peace of God. Am Lord, help me learn to lean F on Thy staff and Thy rod. F F Jesus is all I need, Dm7 F F Jesus is all I need.