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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
 Sweet song with awesome lyrics. 
Where i've put the brackets (), you can either play the string or not (listen to 
the song, it seems to vary, esp. with the C's.) 
All the versuses follow the same chord progression pretty much (i only filled in 
the first verse and the variation in the final line). enjoy. 
Let me know what you think/improvements:

The main chord progresion:
         Am      C/G      F     C      F    C       G 

[Intro]    Am  C/G   F  C  F  C  G  x2

  Am         C/G             F                C        
    Jesus, Jesus, could you tell me what the problem is
             F                 C           G
    With the world and all the people in it?
             Am                C/G               F           C  
    Because I’ve been hearing stories about the end of the world
               F            C                      G       
    But I’m in love with a girl and I don’t wanna leave her
              F           C         F        C    
    And the television screams such hideous things
             F               C            G   
    They’re talking about the war on the radio
                 F                   C   
    They say the whole thing’s gonna blow
                F            C   
    And we will all be left alone
                 F                C             G
    No we’ll be dead and we won’t know what hit us    

    Jesus, Jesus, if you’re up there won’t you hear me
    ‘Cause I’ve been wondering if you’re listening for quite a while
    And Jesus, Jesus, it’s such a pretty place we live in
    And I know we f*cked it up, please be kind
    Don’t let us go out like the dinosaurs
    Or blown to bits in a third world war
    There are a hundred different things I’d still like to do
    I’d like to climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower
    Look up from the ground at a meteor shower
    And maybe even raise a family

    Jesus, Jesus, there are those that say they love you
    But they have treated me so damn mean
    And I know you said ‘forgive them for they know not what they do’
    But sometimes I think they do
    And I think about you
    If all the heathens burn in hell, do all their children burn as well?
    What about the Muslims and the gays and the unwed mothers?
    What about me and all my friends?
    Are we all sinners if we sin?
    Does it even matter in the end if we’re unhappy?

    Am   C/G   F   C   F   C   G (x2)

    Am       C/G             F          C      
    Jesus, Jesus, I’m still looking for answers
              F                 C              G    
    Though I know that I won’t find them here tonight
     Am          C/G             F              C              
    But Jesus, Jesus, could you call me if you have the time?
              F                  C                  G 
    And maybe we could meet for coffee and work it out
               F           G                      C
    And maybe then I’ll understand what it’s all about

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spiderbren 23 Sep 25, 2016 06:07 PM

the only good Christian song

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Logan.mac99 10 Apr 21, 2017 12:50 PM

If you think this is the only good Christian song you haven't looked very hard

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evandaman24 10 Apr 25, 2017 08:20 PM

Christian? Maybe accurate, mostly not. But it does deal with the age old question of how could a good, omnipotent, God allow evil and how could anyone call themselves a christian when they don't love people.

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