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Trading My Sorrows chords

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Sup guys. This is a great Christian song that is really easy to play. I dont know if darrel Evans sings 
but thats what i think.
any ways here it is.

G  C    Em   D
Im tradin my sorrows
G  C    Em   D
Im tradin my shame
G        C     Em          D
im layin them down for the joy of the lord

(The rest of the song is the same chords to differnet lyrics except
 this part)

D                  Dsus             D
Though the sorrows may last for the night
F                    G
the joy comes in the morning

Th-Th-Th-Thats all folks! Enjoy, and keep the faith. Any suggestions
e-mail me at godrox_matt1926@yahoo.com

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badguitarist13 41 Mar 18, 2007 08:45 AM

hey good job this is better then the other one (the first one) and i know this is correct cuz this is the way i learned it in my guitar class at school a couple years ago. good job.

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worshipgirl0410 10 Jan 22, 2014 09:11 AM

Really good job. And i agree that this one is better than the other one. Thank you so much for posting! :)

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johndailey00 10 Jul 08, 2017 01:28 PM

good chords, but this is not the whole song

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