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Isaiah 45 23 chords

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G

     G              C              G      
If my prayer be not humble make it so
         G                                       D7             C
In these last hours if the Spirit waits in check help me let it go
     Em                 G             B7             C
And should my suffering double let me never love You less
    G                        D7          G
Let every knee be bent, and every tongue confess


      D         D7             C            G
And I won't get better but someday I'll be free
           D        D7          C       G
Cause I am not this body that imprisons me


  G            C               G
I read the magazines somebody brought
G                              D7               C
Hold them to my failing eyes until my hands get hot
    Em                   G      B7                   C
And when the nurse comes in to change my sheets and clothes
     G                    D7              G
The pain begins to travel, dancing as it goes



      D         D7             C            G
And I won't get better but someday I'll be free
           D        D7          C       G
Cause I am not this body that imprisons me



E7  Am7  D7  G   x4


    G               C                   G
If my prayer goes unanswered that's alright
    G                                    D7            C
If my path fills with darkness and there is no sign of light
       Em                 G                 B7                C
Let me praise You for the good times, let me hold Your banner high
G                                     D7             G
Until the hills are flattened and the rivers all run dry



      D         D7             C            G
And I won't get better but someday I'll be free
           D        D7          C       G
Cause I am not this body that imprisons me


E7  Am7  D7  G  x2

            
            
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