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Jim Jones And The Peoples Temple Choir - Welcome chords

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Sup. couldn't find this on here so i made it. you're welcome, (to probably no one). -E, 2017


F        G
Welcome, welcome all of you.
C            F
Glad you are with us.
F            G
Shake hands, no need to be blue.
C           F
Welcome, to you.

He keeps me singing a happy song
He keeps me singing it all day long.
             Dm          C         Dm         C
Although the days may be drear, He always is near,
    Bb                            C7
And that’s why my heart is always filled with song;
    Bb       C        F7      Bb
I’m singing, singing, all day long.            

(in key change)
Eb       F
Welcome, welcome all of you.
Bb           Eb
Glad you are with us.
Eb           F
Shake hands, no need to be blue.
Bb          Eb
Welcome, to you.

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fieldingmcgehee 10 Sep 06, 2017 07:41 PM

I'm writing about your posting of the guitar chords for some of the Peoples Temple music. You didn't think anyone would thank you, but I do… Moreover, I would like to ask you about why you did this.

I am the editor of the jonestown report, an annual publication of a website devoted to Peoples Temple at Jonestown at http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/. The report itself is at http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=67218. I'd like to know what inspired you to do this, what you have gotten out of the music of the Temple's only recorded album (I presume you have links to all the songs) and who your audience is. And I'd like to invite you to write about it for us.

If you're interested, please contact me at fieldingmcgehee@yahoo.com. I'd love to give you more info. And thanks!

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