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One Day You Passed By Me chords


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Tuning: Standard (E chord diagramEE A chord diagramAA D chord diagramDD G chord diagramGG B chord diagramBB E chord diagramEE)

Am chord diagramAmAm F chord diagramFF G chord diagramGG E chord diagramEE

Am chord diagramAmAm
One day You passed by me
Am chord diagramAmAm
You saw chains on my hands
G chord diagramGG          E chord diagramEE
I saw with my own eyes
Am chord diagramAmAm           G chord diagramGG
Tears for me in Your eyes

Am chord diagramAmAm
One day I passed by You
Am chord diagramAmAm
I saw my chains on Your hands
G chord diagramGG          E chord diagramEE
I’m free because of You
Am chord diagramAmAm         E chord diagramEE
Then tears filled my eyes


Am chord diagramAmAm
(“How much, Lord, did You pay
Am chord diagramAmAm
To set me free?” I asked
F chord diagramFF
“My son, it is a lot,
E chord diagramEE
But not too much for you.”) x2


Am chord diagramAmAm
One day by me You’ll pass
Am chord diagramAmAm
About my freedom You’ll ask
G chord diagramGG          E chord diagramEE
Feeling my slavery
Am chord diagramAmAm          G chord diagramGG
Although in You I’m free


Am chord diagramAmAm
My sins have bounded me
Am chord diagramAmAm
Loving the world around me
G chord diagramGG         E chord diagramEE
I seek my place in it
Am chord diagramAmAm        E chord diagramEE
That I am Yours I forget


Am chord diagramAmAm
(Free yet I am Your slave
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Yours for all of my days
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Your slave and free I’ll live
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To You myself I give.) x2

Am chord diagramAmAm
One day You passed by me
Am chord diagramAmAm
You saw chains on my hands
G chord diagramGG          E chord diagramEE
I saw with my own eyes
Am chord diagramAmAm           G chord diagramGG
Tears for me in Your eyes

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