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Will Of God ukulele

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Will of God - Jason Upton

Verse 1:
A/D
I'm tired of living in this world of sin
Esus4
Tired of living in this game we're in
A/D
Been to town and now I'm back again 
Esus4
tired of living for the pride of men


Prechorus:
A/D                      Esus4    F#m
And the world may think I'm crazy 
        A/D              Esus4    F#m
when I don't run with them
      A/D             Esus4   F#m
But it's just plain idolatry, 
     Bm7               Esus4
when God can't have all of me


Chorus:
F#m         D           Esus4       A/C#
I want to live for the will of God
    D                Esus4
Oh Lord, I want to follow
F#m                 D
With all of my mind, 
        Esus4     A/C#    Bm7
all my heart and all my soul
           Esus4          A/D
I want to follow you Oh Lord


Verse 2:
A/D
How much time will I keep wasting?
Esus4
How much cheap wine will I keep tasting?
A/D
Been to church and now I'm back again
Esus4
Tired of living for the pride of men

*PreChorus
*Chorus all day long    
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