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Song Name: There's a land (tenor accompaniment) By: Sanford Bennet and Joseph Webster
Posted By: erikwillke Difficulty: Beginner
Key: G Genre: Religious
Harp Type: Diatonic Audio:
Created: 2006-09-07 18:09:53 Modified: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
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Song: There's A Land That Is Fairer Than Day
words by Sanford Bennet, Tune by Joseph Webster, tabbed by Erik
Willke
hymn and tab in G

Important.  this is an acompaniment. this is in Tenor on a regular
G keyed diatonic.  It will not sound right unless played with the
regular melody in G

  5    -5   6   -5   5  -5  -5  -4  -4
There's a land that is fair-er than day,

 5  -5   6   6   6   5   5 6  6
And by faith we can see it a-far;

 5  -5  6  -5    5   -5 -5   4   4 
For the Fa-ther waits o-ver the way

5  -5   6   -5 5  -5    5   -4     5
to pre-pare us a dwell-ing place there.

chorus
rest, rest,    6  6    6   6   6  6   6   6  6
In the sweet, in the sweet by and by, by and by

6    6     6   6  6    6   6  6    6    6   6   6 
We shall meet on the beau-ti-ful shore; by and by;

rest, rest,   6   6    6   6  -4  -4  -5 -5  -5
In the sweet, In the sweet by and by, by and by
 
4    4    4   5    6    -5  5  -4   5
We shall meet on that  beau-ti-ful shore.


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