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 Out To Sea de Souther J D

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From rickl1@ix.netcom.comSun Oct 12 19:54:23 1997 J.D Souther Out To Sea written by J.D Souther John Barbata drums Wayne Perkins guitar G Am G Am G G7 C Well I use to sing in Texas and it sounded fine to me D G I guess I've come a long long way G G7 C But I've changed the words so many times I lost the melody D G And I never even saw it slip away G Am D G Out to sea there is a refuge Am D G Where the holy winds are strong Am D G Em A C D Out to sea there is a high place takes so long G G7 C G I thought of California by the shinning sea D G Though I'd write the song of songs G G7 C I could hear my baby's goodbye voice ringing out to me D G Dear David I hope you live that long G Am D G Out to sea there is a refuge Am D G Where the holy winds are strong Am D G Em Out to sea there is a high place A C Sailor lead me to your song D G D And we will bathe in the white foaming water G A And be pure as God's driven snow D G D On that cloudless day there'll be no sorrow G Am G Am G the story goes the story goes G G7 C Well I might never sing a song that's good enough for me D G Chase the doubts and fears away G G7 C On a sinking ship of hope I could hear the sailors calling D G Call the captain sail away G Am D G Out to sea there is a refuge Am D G Where the holy winds are strong Am D G Em A D Out to sea there is a high place lead me to your song D G D And we will bathe in the white foaming water G A And be pure as God's given snow D G D On that cloudless day there'll be no sorrow G Am G Am G G the story goes the story goes From John David Souther Asylum Records 1972 Palo Mesa Music(ASCAP)