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Emmylou Harris, The Angels Rejoiced Chords (ver.1)

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The Angels Rejoiced Chords (ver.1)

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Emmylou Harris   The Angels Rejoiced  written by Ira Louvin
Gram Parsons                                     Charlie Louvin

A house not a home was a picture satin painted
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For sweet little sister and me

Our daddy would frown while mother was praying
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His heart was so hardened that he would not believe
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In anger he'd swear his voice cold and loud
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His Sundays were spent out with the gamblin crowd
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I've never seen my daddy inside a house of God
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For Satin held his hand down the path of sin he trod


Not long ago our circle was broken
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When God called on mother one night
In a voice sweet and low her last words were spoken
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Asking our daddy to raise her children right
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The angels rejoiced in heaven last night
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I heard my daddy praying dear God make it right
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He was smiling and singing with tears in his eyes
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While mother with the angels rejoiced last night
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While mother with the angels rejoiced last night

  From The Flying Burrito Brother "Sleepless Nights"
  A & M Records
  Central Songs
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