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Author
Artist: Phil Keaggy
Song: Morning Light
Album: Play Thru Me
Released: August 1982

(PART 1)
e:--------------------|------------------------|--------------------|--------------------|
B:-----3---0----------|-----3---0--------------|-----3---0----------|-----3---0----------|
G:-----0-------2--0h2-|-----0-------2--0-------|-----0-------2--0h2-|-----0-------2--0h2-|
D:-----0-------2------|-----0-------2-----2p0--|-----0-------2------|-----0-------2------|
A:--------------------|------------------------|--------------------|--------------------|
E:---3---3-----0-0----|---3---3-----0-0--------|---3---3-----0-0----|---3---3-----0-0----|

(PART 2) 
e:-----------------|
B:----0------------|
G:----2------------|
D:----2------------| (X4)
A:--3--------------|
E:---------0--3/5--|


-- INTRO --
(Play PART 1)


-- VERSE 1 --
(Play PART 1 + PART 2)
On a hill stands a cross, still shining fair,
As the sun when the night has turned into day,
Bright as day, still it shines bright as day.

-- VERSE 2 --
(Play PART 1 + PART 2)
And from it love's pure light,
Ever flowing to cleanse the heart, bring life,
Drive the sin far away,
See it wash it all away, far away.


-- CHORUS --
G       Bm7           Am7
To this cross eyes of men are ever turning,
                   D                G
Today just as they did in days gone by,
            Bm
And for the love of God,
      Am7
Their hearts are ever yearning
                   D                 G
Like men at sea in search of morning light.


G                Am7
Awake, awake our hearts to hear the echos,
     D                    G
Your words resound at the dawning.
                       Am7
And all day we taste a love that is undying,
        D                     D/E     Am7
And all day in praise for the morning light,
    D/E     Am7
The morning light.


-- INSTRUMENTAL --
(Play PART 1 + PART 2)

-- CHORUS --
G       Bm7           Am7
To this cross eyes of men are ever turning,
                   D                G
Today just as they did in days gone by,
            Bm
And for the love of God,
      Am7
Their hearts are ever yearning
                   D                 G
Like men at sea in search of morning light.


G                Am7
Awake, awake our hearts to hear the echos,
     D                    G
Your words resound at the dawning.
                       Am7
And all day we taste a love that is undying,
        D                     D/E     Am7
And all day in praise for the morning light,
    D/E     Am7
The morning light,
    D/E     Am7
The morning light,
    D/E     Am7
The morning light.


-- FINISH --
(same as INTRO EXCEPT for the very end)
e:--------------------|------------------------|--------------------|-----------------------3-|
B:-----3---0----------|-----3---0--------------|-----3---0----------|-----3---0-------------0-|
G:-----0-------2--0h2-|-----0-------2--0-------|-----0-------2--0h2-|-----0-------2--0------0-|
D:-----0-------2------|-----0-------2-----2p0--|-----0-------2------|-----0-------2----0h2--0-|
A:--------------------|------------------------|--------------------|-----------------------2-|
E:---3---3-----0-0----|---3---3-----0-0--------|---3---3-----0-0----|---3---3-----0-0-------3-|

            
            
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