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Walk With Me Oh Lord Guitar Chords And Lyrics. This hymn is usually sang at the end of the mass. Written by Estelle White with chords by Angela.

(G) Walk (D) with me, (G) oh my Lord,
(C)  Through the darkest night and brightest (D) day
(C) Be at my (D) side, oh Lord,
(am) Hold my hand and (D) guide me on my (G) way.


(Em) Sometimes the (Bm) road seems long,
My (G) energy is spent.
(Em) Then, Lord, I (Bm) think of you
And (B7)  I am given (D7) strength


Walk with me, oh my Lord,
Through the darkest night and brightest day
Be at my side, oh Lord,
Hold my hand and guide me on my way.


Stones often bar my path,
And there are times I fall,
But you are always there
To help me when I call.


Walk with me, oh my Lord,
Through the darkest night and brightest day
Be at my side, oh Lord,
Hold my hand and guide me on my way.


Just as you calmed the wind
And walked upon the sea
Conquer, my living Lord
The storms that threaten me.


Walk with me, oh my Lord,
Through the darkest night and brightest day
Be at my side, oh Lord,
Hold my hand and guide me on my way.


Help me to pierce the mists
That cloud my heart and mind,
So that I shall not fear
The steepest mountain-side.


As once you healed the lame
And gave sight to the blind
Help me when I'm downcast
To hold my head up high.


Walk with me, oh my Lord
Through the darkest night and brightest day
Be at my side, oh Lord
Hold my hand and guide me on my way.

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