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From: "Felton Hall" firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.pine-net.com/felton75 Title: Ready To Go Home Artist: Hank Williams circa 1951 (Hank and his guitar) Writer: Hank Williams I went to church with my mom once and they had an evangelist visiting who told the congregation that he was once a drunk and was doing drugs. At a party, someone was playing Hank Williams and the song "Ready To Go Home" started playing. He listened to it for a bit and he said that the way Hank sang it made chill bumps come up and that he threw the bottle down and left. He said that one song totally changed his life. So here it is, enjoy! Ready To Go Home (E)There's comin' a day when the (A)world shall melt a(E)way And Jesus shall come to claim His (B7)own No more (E)tears, no pain, no woe, in this (A)wicked world be(E)low Then will you be (B7)ready to go (E)home (A)Will you be ready to go, ready to go home To live with Him up there around the (B7)throne When He (E)says come unto Me, will your (A)soul be clean and (E)free Then will you be (B7)ready to go (E)home In this world of greed and hate will you (A)wait til it's too (E)late To claim the Saviour for your (B7)own For He's (E)coming someday, to (A)bear your soul a(E)way Then will you be (B7)ready to go (E)home As you travel day by day, (A)down life's long high(E)way Are you on the road that leads to (B7)wrong If you'll just (E)travel in His light and (A)pray both day and (E)night Then you'll be (B7)ready to go (E)homeHome