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Performer: Doyle Lawson Album: Treasures Money Can't Buy (Brentwood Music) From: James Dennis [firstname.lastname@example.org] TREASURES THAT MONEY CAN'T BUY Intro: 1st VERSE: A D While driving one day through the quiet country side. E D A An old man was walking, so I offered a ride. A D His face was all wrinkled, his hair turned to gray A E A And these are the words - that he had to say. 2nd VERSE: A D I may look like a beggar but I'm rich as a king. E D A What I have in my heart gives me reason to sing. A D I will join there with Jesus so why should I sigh. A E A For these are the treasures that money can't buy CHORUS: E D A Money is worthless when a soul is at stake E D E If gold bought redemption, how much would it take. A D But He loved me and saved me and I can't explain why. A D A And these are the treasures, these are the treasures, E A that money can't buy. Instrumental break - 3rdVERSE: So if you look at my garments and you notice they're torn. Well I've a new Royal Garment that's never been worn. And the cabin I live in is home till I die. But I've a mansion in glory that money can't buy. CHORUS: ENDING: A D Yes He loved me and saved me and I can't explain why. A D A And these are the treasures, these are the treasures, E A that money can't buy.Home