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Hold Me Jesus Chords (ver.1)

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Hold Me Jesus Chords (ver.1)

Rich Mullins
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                          C                  F                  C   
Well sometimes my life just don't make sense at all 
           Em               F         G  
When the mountains look so big and my faith just seems so small 

Chorus: 
   C                        Dm7     C/E    F2 
So hold me Jesus 'cause I'm shaking like a leaf 
         Dm7      C/E    F2 
You have been King of my glory, 
         G7sus4   G         C   
Won't You be my Prince of peace 

      C                  F              C 
And I wake up in the night and feel the dark 
        Em            F                           G 
It's so hot inside my soul, I swear there must be blisters on my heart 

Chorus 

F                    G7sus4      C  
Surrender don't come natural to me 
            F                        G  
I'd rather fight You for something I don't really want 
        C               Em         F2 
Than to take what You give that I need 
         Dm                 Dm/C   
And I've beat my head against so many walls 
        G                 Dm7           Gsus4    G  
Now I'm falling down, I'm falling on my knees 

         C              F                    C 
And this Salvation Army band is playing this hymn 
         Em                 F                    G
And Your grace rings out so deep, it makes my resistance seem so thin 

Chorus 
            G        C             Dm7      C/E     F2 
I'm singing hold me Jesus 'cause I'm shaking like a leaf 
         Dm7      C/E    F2             G7sus4    G         C   
You have been King of my glory, won't You be my Prince of Peace 
         Dm7      C/E    F2             G7sus4    G         C   F   C
You have been King of my glory, won't You be my Prince of Peace 
            
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