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Words and music: Bob Halligan, Jr. and Graham Shaw Copyright © 1996 G. Shaw Music Ltd./WBOB Music/BMG Songs, Inc. (ASCAP)All rights reserved. Performer: Rebecca St. James Album: God You Then Me (Capo 2nd fret) Intro: just repeat C and F C F C It's my turn, it's not your turn C F C It's my turn, get outta my way F It's my turn, go on complain G I'm coming through anyway C F C Don't ask me why I'm like this C F C But lately I'm wonderin' if F It'll come to pass That the last shall be first and G The first shall be last. The the voice says... Chorus: C F C Here's the way it oughtta be C F C You then me then you then me C F C Well, I pray one day we'll all agree C F C Am And take it you then me then you then me C F C Life could go you then me then you then me SAME AS FIRST It's easy, you wait then go It's easy, so make your move It's easy, don't clown around Coulda gone six times by now But no sir you gotta be a pain Or is this your way of sayin We should all cool down And be more like the man who was Born back in Bethlehem town? I betcha he'd say... Chorus Am C F C If we could only put You first F G Maybe this ugly trend could one day be reversed Bridge: C F C F C F C F C Am C F C Same as other times It's your turn, it's not my turn It's your turn-well let's just say We'll trade off-first you then me Then after that we'll all agree Same as other times Let's try it, it could be good And what if, one day it should Really come to pass That the last shall be first and the first shall be last Betcha we'd say: ChorusHome