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From: RONNIE DAVIS rdavis25@bellsouth.net


ETERNITY HAS TWO

[G] When the melo-[D]-dy’s been [G] written

And the [C] words have all been [G] penned

And you’ve [C] heard the Spirit [G] call- [Em] ing

Through [A7] some old sacred [D] hymn

In the [G] valley [D] of de- [G] cision

Tell me, Friend, what [G7] will you [C] do?

This life has many [G] choi- [Em] ces

E- [G] terni- [D] ty has [G] two.

 

[G] This world and [D] all its [G] pleasures

Will soon be passed [C] away

The final invi- [G] ta- [Em] tion

Could [A7] be going out to- [D] day

You’re [G] standing [D] at the [G] crossroads

And the Savior’s [G7] calling [C] you

This life has many [G] choi- [Em] ces

E- [G] terni- [D] ty has [G] two.

 

[G] The [D] straight and narrow [G] way leads to life

The [D] broad way down be- [G] low

What [C] would it profit [pause] to [G] gain the [Emin] World

And [G] lose your [D] very [G] soul?

Tomorrow [D] is un- [G] certain

Our days on [G7] Earth are [C] few

This life has many [G] choi- [Em] ces

E- [G] terni- [D] ty has [G] two.

This [C] life has many [G] choi- [Em] ces

E- [G] terni- [D] ty has [G] two.

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