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Prepare Ye The Way Of The Lord chords

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Prepare Ye (The Way of the Lord)/ Day By Day Medley
From the Musical Production "Godspell"
By Stephen Schwartz Copyright 1971 
The Herald Square Music Company and New Cadenza Music Corporation


[Accapella intro]
Pre - pare ye the way of the Lord x2


[Verse] 2x 

G     Am          Bm         C  D
Pre - pare ye the way of the Lord,
G     Am          Bm  C  D   G
Pre - pare ye the way of the Lord.

[Fast tempo]

G D G D G D G
G     Am          Bm         C  D
Pre - pare ye the way of the Lord,
G     Am          Bm  C  D   G
Pre - pare ye the way of the Lord.

D      Em
Day by day
D      Em
Day by day
D      Em
Day by day
D      Em
Day by day


[Verse]

Em       D           A         
Oh, dear Lord, three things I pray
G                A
To see thee more clearly
G                 A
To love thee more dearly
F                   G       C
To follow thee more nearly, day by day


[Ending]

C
day by day   by
D
day by day   by
E
day


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