A Poor Blogger's Songbook
Tuesday, February 28, 2006
  I Am A Pilgrim
[G] I am a [D] pilgrim an’ a [G] stranger
Traveling [C] through this wearsome [G] land
I’ve got a home, in yonder [C] city good Lord [C7],
[G] And it’s not not [D] made by [G] hand

I’ve got a mother, sister and a brother
Who have been this way before
I am determined to go and see them, good Lord
Over on that other shore

I going down to the river of Jordan
Just to bathe my wearsome soul
If I can just touch the hem of his garmet, good Lord
Then I know he’d take me home

I am a pilgrim and a stranger
Travelling through this wearsome land
I’ve got a home in that yonder city, good Lord
And it’s not not made by hand
 
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