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Joseph Smiths First Prayer Chords

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Simplified chords with capo I to make easy picking or strumming for fireside or FHE accompaniment. Was this info helpful? Yes No
[verse 1]
   A                      E
Oh, how lovely was the morning!
        E7             A
Radiant beamed the sun above.
          A                    E
Bees were humming, sweet birds singing,
      E       B7       E
Music ringing thru the grove,
     E7               A
When within the shady woodland
       E7                A
Joseph sought the God of love,
                       D
When within the shady woodland
       A           E7     A       
Joseph sought the God of love.


[verse 2]
   A                      E
Humbly kneeling, sweet appealing—
        E7             A
’Twas the boy’s first uttered prayer—
          A                    E
When the pow’rs of sin assailing
      E       B7       E
Filled his soul with deep despair;
        E7               A
But undaunted, still he trusted
       E7                A
In his Heav’nly Father’s care;
A                       D
But undaunted, still he trusted
       A           E7     A       
In his Heav’nly Father’s care.


[verse 3]
   A                      E
Suddenly a light descended,
         E7             A
Brighter far than noonday sun,
          A                    E
And a shining, glorious pillar
      E       B7       E
O’er him fell, around him shone,
     E7               A
While appeared two heav’nly beings,
       E7                A
God the Father and the Son,
A                       D
While appeared two heav’nly beings,
       A           E7     A       
God the Father and the Son.


[verse 4]
   A                      E
“Joseph, this is my Beloved;
        E7             A
Hear him!” Oh, how sweet the word!
          A                    E
Joseph’s humble prayer was answered,
      E       B7       E
And he listened to the Lord.
          E7               A
Oh, what rapture filled his bosom,
       E7                A
For he saw the living God;
A                       D
Oh, what rapture filled his bosom,
       A           E7     A       
For he saw the living God.
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