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Words and music: Carl Hamilton

Working for a Robe and a Crown

[D]I may not be able to [A]stand on my own[D]and I may not be able to
[A] walk this road [D]alone,but as [G]long as I can hold on to a
power[D] much greater than mine then my[A]Lord will be with me all the

[D]now many nights I have [A]cried myself to [D]sleep,trying to work out
my[A]problems all by [D]myself, but in the [G]I hear someone call my
[D]name trust in me child and[A]I'll hep you bear the [D]pain

[D]I'll be [G]there when the storm around you [D]rages,I'll be there
when your friends have[A] turned you down[D]even though your[G]cross
gets so [D]heavy, child keep working for a [A]robe and a [D]crown.....

                            2nd chorus repeat
change i'll to he

written by Carl Hamilton of Phelps,Kentucky