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Up To Jerusalem chords

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[Chorus]
F                     C      Dm
I was glad when they said to me
Bb            C            Dm    C
"come to the house of the Lord", O.
  F                    C      Dm
Standing here in your gates again,
Bb      C    Dm  C/E 
up to Jerusalem.
F                     C      Dm
I was glad when they said to me
Bb            C            Dm    C
"come to the house of the Lord", O.
  F                    C      Dm
Standing here in your gates again,
Bb       C       Gm7     Am7
up to Jerusalem , up to Jerusalem ,
Bb       C  Dm
up to Jerusalem.

[Verse 1]
            C        Gm7        Dm
Jerusalem , peace, Adonai Sar Shalom.
F             C
 Blessing be yours, 
      Bb             G/A   A
God's peace with in Your walls.

[Verse 2]
          C                 Gm7         Dm
City of praise, where the tribes shout Hallel!
F             C            Bb      G/A A
We lift our voice to the God of Israel.

            
            
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