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Lord, Here Am I
Words By Fanny J Crosby
Tune By John Ness Beck

Verse 1
C            Am         Dm7    G     C       Am         Dm7           G
Master, Thou callest, I gladly obey. Only direct me and I’ll find Thy way.
C            E          Fmaj7      Esus4  Am      F  C    Dm      F6           Gsus2
Teach me the mission appointed for me,    what is my la - bor and where it shall be
C           E7          F              C         Am       F     G7      C
Master thou callest and this I reply, “Ready and willing, Lord, here am I”

Verse 2
C          Am         Dm7     G          C       Am          Dm7          G
Willing my Savior, to take up the cross; Willing to suffer reproaches and loss.
C          E         Fmaj7         Esus4  Am   F  C    Dm      F6          Gsus2
Willing to follow if thou will but lead,  only support me with grace in my need.
C           E7          F              C         Am       F     G7      C
Master thou callest and this I reply, “Ready and willing, Lord, here am I”

Verse 3
C         Am       Dm7         G         C      Am              Dm7         G
Living or dying, I still would be Thine. Yet, I am mortal while thou art divine.
C           E           Fmaj7      Esus4  Am      F   C     Dm  F6          Gsus2
Pardon, whenever I turn from the right,   pi - ty and bring me again to the light.
C           E7          F              C         Am       F     G7      C
Master thou callest and this I reply, “Ready and willing, Lord, here am I”

 


Some arrangements do a key change for the last verse and go a half step up.


            
            
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