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Gretchen Peters - Saint Francis Chords

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Saint Francis Chords

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                INTRO: G  C/G  G  C/G  G

                      C/G    G
Saint Francis walking on the water
                   C/G     G           D
All his lambs have gone to slaughter
And all the creatures who receive his grace
    G                       D              G
You can see them all in his haggard face

                      C/G     G
Saint Francis begging at your doorway
                                          C/G        G     D
You want to let him in, but what will the neighbours say
And you know you can't go on, but you can't give up
       G                    D             G
And he answers you with his begging cup

                      C/G     G
Saint Francis sitting at your table
              C/G      G          D
A cup of tea among the faithful
Behind a wall that's made of little lies
        G                  D              G    D
Much to your surprise, you start to cry

And by these wounds you will be whole again
         G              D
By these signs you will know
                               C            Em
You'll feel a stirring in your soul again
                           F         G
'Til sweet amnesia takes a hold

                       C/G    G
Saint Francis sleeping in the meadow
              C/G     G        D
His halo is a raven's shadow
He's been sleeping for eight hundred years
     G                      D      
In a potter's field full of sparrow's tears
And while we sleep and dream of heaven's gates
     G                 D               G 
Down here on earth the old man waits            
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