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From: Terry Ramos firstname.lastname@example.org Words and music: Stuart Hamblen Album: Hymns Performer: Johnny Cash. It was also recorded by Hank Snow, but I don't know the name of the album it was on. These Things Shall Pass (A) These things shall pass (A7) and some great (D) morning We'll look (A) back and smile at heartaches we have (E) known So don't (A) forget, (A7) when storm clouds (D) gather The Lord our (A) God is still the (E) King upon His (A) throne Chorus: (E) A rose looks gray at midnight But the (A) flame is just asleep And (B7) steel is strong because it knew The (E) hammer and white (E7) heat These (A) things shall pass (A7) and life be (D) sweeter When love and (A) faith are strong they (E) cannot long en-(A)dure (A) These things shall pass (A7) so don't you (D) worry The darkest (A) time is just one hour before (E) dawn So hold up (A) high (A7) and face your (D) troubles And don't des-(A)pair if you must (E) face them all a-(A)loneHome