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Hear O Lord chords

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C       Am        F           G        
Hear, O Lord, the sound of my call
C       Am             F        G       
Hear, O Lord, and have mer - - -cy
C          Am              F        G
My soul is longing for the glory of you.
  C       Am        Dm   G         C        
O hear, O Lord, and an - - - swer me.

[Verse 1]
Am    F       G      Am
Every night before I sleep
    F     G       C
I pray my soul to take,
   Dm     G         C     Am
Or else I pray that loneliness
   Dm         D7  G      G7
Is gone when I'm awake.

[Verse 2]
Am     F    G      Am
Why do I no longer feel
     F      G        C
Like I've a place to stay?
  Dm      G         C        Am
O take me where someone will care,
   Dm        D7  G     G7
So fear will go away.

[Verse 3]
Am        F       G        Am
In You, O Lord, I place my cares
    F      G        C
And all my troubles too,
  Dm        G          C       Am
O grant me, Lord, that someday soon,
     Dm      D7         G     G7
I'll live in peace with you.

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flippin 10 Nov 05, 2017 02:11 PM

Good transcription, I would just change the D7 chord at the end of each verse into a Dm7 chord as it follows naturally from the Dm that precedes it. Thanks for sharing!

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