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Nazarene Song / Come Follow Me Lyrics And Chords

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Nazarene Song (Come Follow Me) Song Lyrics And Guitar Chords. John Beag Flaharta. The guitar work is by Angela who helps out a lot on the site, thanks Angela.

started the melody with [e_d c B c d e d c, c c d_c e d c]=notes
I (C) am a Conne-(am)-mara man, I was (F) born to be (C) free,
I love the beauty (am) of the land, and the (C) magic of the (G) sea,
I (C) heard the stories (am) of great men who (F) sailed the seven (C) seas,
And I learned the lure of an (am) ancient folk and their (G) love for the Naza-(C)-rene,
 
 
A (C) hunter on the (am) mountainside, a (F) trapper on the (C) sea,
I love the chase, see the (am) mountain hare (C) throw a hound with (G) ease,
The (C) Pca sails to (am) raise the spray, bringing (F) bounty from the (C) deep,
Not all the gold the (am) world could hold, could (G) buy that life from (C) me,
 
 
One night as we had (am) stretched our nets and the (F) storm had in-(C)-creased,
A driving mist that (am) was so thick, your (C) hand you could not (G) see,
The (C) gates of hell had (am) sucked us in, and (F) we were doomed it (C) seemed,
In the darkest hour be-(am)-fore the dawn, I (G) called on the Naza-(C)-rene,
 
 
(Chorus)
Come (G) listen (G7) all good-(am)-hearted men, where (F) ever you may (C) be,
Our (G) lord is (G7) just as (C) good today, as he (am) was in (F) Gali-(G)-lee,
Come (C) lend a hand and (am) help him out to (F) feed his lambs and (C) sheep,
You'll have ever lasting (am) happiness in the (G) home of the Naza-(C)-rene,
 
 
There came a day, it (am) blew a gale, no (F) boat could go to (C) sea,
I sat me down and a (am) train of thought came (C) rushing back to (G) me,
My (C) brave old mates with (am) whom I sailed and (F) harvest in the (C) deep,
Had sailed away to the (am) great beyond, and were (G) now with the Naza-(C)-rene,
 
 
Now all had changed and the (am) past was pain, but I (F) rared my fami-(C)-ly,
My loving wife and her (am) little child were (C) sleeping their last long (G) sleep,
On my (C) native shore where the (am) wild waves roar I (F) scanned the glistening (C) sea,
I haul my boat u-(am)-pon the shore, and I (G) followed the Nazar-(C)-ene,
 
 
(Chorus)
Come (G) listen (G7) all good-(am)-hearted men, where (F) ever you may (C) be,
Our (G) lord is (G7) just as (C) good today, as he (am) was in (F) Gali-(G)-lee,
Come (C) lend a hand and (am) help him out to (F) feed his lambs and (C) sheep,
You'll have ever lasting (am) happiness in the (G) home of the Naza-(C)-rene.
 
You'll have ever lasting happiness, in the (G) home of the (G7) Naza(C)rene.

Key of D
I (D) am a Conne-(am)-mara man, I was (G) born to be (D) free,
I love the beauty (am) of the land, and the (D) magic of the (A) sea,
I (D) heard the stories (am) of great men who (G) sailed the seven (D) seas,
And I learned the lure of an (am) ancient folk and their (A) love for the Naza-(D)-rene,
 
 
A (D) hunter on the (am) mountainside, a (G) trapper on the (D) sea,
I love the chase, see the (am) mountain hare (D) throw a hound with (A) ease,
The (D) Pca sails to (am) raise the spray, bringing (G) bounty from the (D) deep,
Not all the gold the (am) world could hold, could (A) buy that life from (D) me,
 
 
One night as we had (am) stretched our nets and the (G) storm had in-(D)-creased,
A driving mist that (am) was so thick, your (D) hand you could not (A) see,
The (D) gates of hell had (am) sucked us in, and (G) we were doomed it (D) seemed,
In the darkest hour be-(am)-fore the dawn, I (A) called on the Naza-(D)-rene,
 
 
(Dhorus)
Come (A) listen (A7) all good-(am)-hearted men, where (G) ever you may (D) be,
Our (A) lord is (A7) just as (D) good today, as he (am) was in (G) Gali-(A)-lee,
Come (D) lend a hand and (am) help him out to (G) feed his lambs and (D) sheep,
You'll have ever lasting (am) happiness in the (A) home of the Naza-(D)-rene,
 
 
There came a day, it (am) blew a gale, no (G) boat could go to (D) sea,
I sat me down and a (am) train of thought came (D) rushing back to (A) me,
My (D) brave old mates with (am) whom I sailed and (G) harvest in the (D) deep,
Had sailed away to the (am) great beyond, and were (A) now with the Naza-(D)-rene,
 
 
Now all had changed and the (am) past was pain, but I (G) rared my fami-(D)-ly,
My loving wife and her (am) little child were (D) sleeping their last long (A) sleep,
On my (D) native shore where the (am) wild waves roar I (G) scanned the glistening (D) sea,
I haul my boat u-(am)-pon the shore, and I (A) followed the Nazar-(D)-ene,
 
 
(Dhorus)
Come (A) listen (A7) all good-(am)-hearted men, where (G) ever you may (D) be,
Our (A) lord is (A7) just as (D) good today, as he (am) was in (G) Gali-(A)-lee,
Come (D) lend a hand and (am) help him out to (G) feed his lambs and (D) sheep,
You'll have ever lasting (am) happiness in the (A) home of the Naza-(D)-rene.
 
You'll have ever lasting happiness, in the (A) home of the (A7) Naza(D)rene.

Key of G
I (G) am a Conne-(am)-mara man, I was (C) born to be (G) free,
I love the beauty (am) of the land, and the (G) magic of the (D) sea,
I (G) heard the stories (am) of great men who (C) sailed the seven (G) seas,
And I learned the lure of an (am) ancient folk and their (D) love for the Naza-(G)-rene,
 
 
A (G) hunter on the (am) mountainside, a (C) trapper on the (G) sea,
I love the chase, see the (am) mountain hare (G) throw a hound with (D) ease,
The (G) Pca sails to (am) raise the spray, bringing (C) bounty from the (G) deep,
Not all the gold the (am) world could hold, could (D) buy that life from (G) me,
 
 
One night as we had (am) stretched our nets and the (C) storm had in-(G)-creased,
A driving mist that (am) was so thick, your (G) hand you could not (D) see,
The (G) gates of hell had (am) sucked us in, and (C) we were doomed it (G) seemed,
In the darkest hour be-(am)-fore the dawn, I (D) called on the Naza-(G)-rene,
 
 
(Ghorus)
Come (D) listen (D7) all good-(am)-hearted men, where (C) ever you may (G) be,
Our (D) lord is (D7) just as (G) good today, as he (am) was in (C) Gali-(D)-lee,
Come (G) lend a hand and (am) help him out to (C) feed his lambs and (G) sheep,
You'll have ever lasting (am) happiness in the (D) home of the Naza-(G)-rene,
 
 
There came a day, it (am) blew a gale, no (C) boat could go to (G) sea,
I sat me down and a (am) train of thought came (G) rushing back to (D) me,
My (G) brave old mates with (am) whom I sailed and (C) harvest in the (G) deep,
Had sailed away to the (am) great beyond, and were (D) now with the Naza-(G)-rene,
 
 
Now all had changed and the (am) past was pain, but I (C) rared my fami-(G)-ly,
My loving wife and her (am) little child were (G) sleeping their last long (D) sleep,
On my (G) native shore where the (am) wild waves roar I (C) scanned the glistening (G) sea,
I haul my boat u-(am)-pon the shore, and I (D) followed the Nazar-(G)-ene,
 

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