Capo on 1st fret D C Goldenrod and the 4h stone, Am the things I brought you G D C Am G when I found out you had cancer of the bone. D C Your father cried on the telephone, Am G and he drove his car into the navy yard, D C Am G just to prove that he was sorry. D C In the morning, through the window shade, Am G when the light pressed up against your shoulderblade, D C Am G I could see what you were reading. D C All the glory that the Lord has made, Am G and the complications you could do without, D C Am G when I kissed you on the mouth. D C Tuesday night at the Bible study, Am G we lift our hands and pray over your body, D C Am G but nothing ever happens. D C I remember at Michael's house, Am G in the living room when you kissed my neck, D C Am G and I almost touched your blouse. D C In the morning at the top of the stairs, Am G when your father found out what we did that night, D C Am G and you told me you were scared. D C All the glory when you ran outside, Am G with your shirt tucked in and your shoes untied, D C Am G and you told me not to follow you. D / C / Am / G / D / C / Am / G D C Sunday night when I cleaned the house, Am G I find the card where you wrote it out, D C Am G with the pictures of your mother. D C On the floor at the great divide, Am G With my shirt tucked in and my shoes untied, D C Am G I am crying in the bathroom. D C In the morning when you finally go, Am G and the nurse runs in with her head hung low, D C Am G and the cardinal hits the window. D C In the morning in the winter shade, Am G on the first of March on the holiday, D C Am G I thought I saw you breathing. D C All the glory that the Lord has made, Am G and the complications when I see His face, D C Am G in the morning in the window. D C All the glory when he took our place, Am G but he took my shoulders and he shook my face, D C Am G and he takes, and he takes, and he takes.