A Poor Brother's Hymnal
Sunday, October 21, 2007
  Psalm 130: I Call to You, De Profundis
I call to You from out of the deep O Lord, Most High.
Aware of my sin and the distance I keep from the light, O Lord.
But there is forgiveness with Thee,
and in wonder I fall on my knees.
My soul waits for the Lord in the hope of His promise;
in the hope of His promise, deliverance will come.
My soul waits for the Lord through the night till the morning
like a night watchman waiting for the coming of the dawn.

Am F C Am
Am F C Gsus G
G D C Am C G Em D
G D C Am C G D F G

Em C G Em
Em C G Dsus D
D A G Em G D Bm A
D A G Em G D G C D

De profundis clamo ad te,
Domine, Domine,
Audi vocem meam!
Fiant aures tuae intendae
Ad vocem obsecrationis meae.
Si delictorum memoriam serva veris,
Domine, Domine, quis sustinebit.

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