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Brad Paisley - The Old Rugged Cross (Chord)
Album: Part II (2001)
Submitter: JoeWallace (20) on 7/30/02 4 comments
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Brad Paisley
The Old Rugged Cross (Part II version)


This is the version of the song on his album, Part II.
    
  	                     
*CAPO TWO*

     G                      C
On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross
    D7                      G
The emblem of suffering and shame
                                    C
And I love that old cross where the dearest and best
      D7                        G
For a world of lost sinners was slain


Chorus:

         D               D7     G
And Iíll cherish the old rugged cross
         C                      G
Until my trophies at last I lay down
                               C
I will cling to the old rugged cross
      G             D7        G
And exchange it someday for a crown

        G                             C
To the old rugged cross I will ever be true,
    D7                         G
Its shame and reproach gladly bear
                                         C
And they'll call me someday to my home far away
                 D7           G              
Where His glory forever Iíll share.


repeat full chorus once

                               C
I will cling to the old rugged cross
     G              D7        G
And exchange it someday for a crown. 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
No one has commented on this but it is a great tab. Good Job
-slowpaul97 | 10/7/2004
Thanks Paul, I really appreciate that. =)
-JoeWallace | 10/26/2004
Its good to see that cowboys still love Jesus
-Jeddyteddy23 | 12/17/2004
2 years short of seventy, and this hymn still melts my heart. The oldies still have a real blessing in them, I guess the word you can use is "timeless".
-paw | 8/30/2011
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