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Never Be Shaken ukulele

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Never Be Shaken
Jared Anderson

VERSE 1
C
You, o Lord, you keep my lamp burning
C
You have turned my darkness to light
F
Set my feet high on this mountain
C
And put my enemies to flight

PRE-CHORUS
    G           F                             C
So I will praise you as long as I live
G          F                             C
I will praise you again and again

CHORUS
                  F                                C
And when I walk through the valley I will not fear
         G                C 
For you are my strength and my shield
          F                                       C
And when everything around me is overtaken
G                      C
I know I will never be shaken
F  C      G           C
Oh, I will never be shaken
F  C      G           C
Oh, I will never be shaken
F  C      G           C
Oh, I will never be shaken
F  C      G           C
Oh, I will never be shaken

            
            
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rbuckley.facebook 10 Aug 03, 2015 04:28 PM

Where is verse 2?

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