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T|  Intro: Am   
A|  
B|  Verse 1:
N|  
A|  Am       F            C              G
B|  How long must I pray, must I pray to You?
B|  Am       F            C               G
E|  How long must I wait, must I wait for You?
R|  Am              F              C               G
.|  How long till I see Your face, see You shining through?
C|  
O|  Pre-Chorus:
M|  
-|      F                          G
T|  I’m on my knees begging You to notice (notice  turn 2x) me
A|      F/A                          G/B
B|  I’m on my knees, Father will You turn (turn  run 2x) to me?
N|  
A|  Chorus:  
B|  C
B|  One tear in a driving rain
E|  
R|  Am
.|  One voice in a sea of pain
C|  
O|  F                             G
M|  Could the Maker of the stars, hear the sound of my breaking heart?
-|  C
T|  One life, that’s all I am
A|  
B|  Am
N|  Right now I can barely stand
A|  F                                              G                                
B|  If You’re everything You say You are would You come close and hold my heart
B|  
E|  Verse 2:
R|  
.|  Am        F            C                G
C|  I’ve been so afraid, afraid to close my eyes
O|  Am          F           C              G
M|  So much can slip away before I say goodbye
-|  Am                F         C               G
T|  But if there’s no other way I’m done asking why
A|  
B|  Bridge: 
N|  Dm                   Am            C                 G
A|  So many questions without answers, You’re promises remain
B|  Dm                   C/E                Am       G       F
B|  I can’t see but I’ll take my chances to hear You call my name
E|     Am       G       F
R|  To hear You call my namePaste Your Guitar Tab Here...

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