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 C I saw Jesus on the cross  F  on a hill called Calvary
"Do you h C ate mankind for what they done to y G  ou ?"
He said, " C Talk of love not hate, things to d F  o - it's getting late.
I've so l C ittle time and I'm on G ly passing thro C  ugh."
 
 
 C  Passing through, passing through.
Sometimes happy, sometimes b C7  lue,
glad that I F  ran into you.
Tell the p C eople that you sa G w me passing thro C  ugh.
 
 
I saw A C dam leave the Garden with an ap F  ple in his hand,
I said " C Now you're out, what are you going to do G   ?"
"Plant some c C rops and pray for rain, maybe ra F  ise a little cane.
I'm an or C phan now, and I'm on G ly passing thro C  ugh."
 
Passing through, passing through ...
 
 
I was with W C ashington at Valley Ford, sh F  ivering in the snow.
I said, "H C ow come the men here suffer like they do G   ?"
"Men will s C uffer, men will fight, even di F  e for what is right
even th C ough they know they're on G ly passing thro C  ugh"
 
Passing through, passing through ...
 
 
I was with F C ranklin Roosevelt's side on the ni F  ght before he died.
He said, " C One world must come out of World War T G  wo"      (ah, the fool)
"Yankee, R C ussian, white or tan,"      he said,  F  "A man is still a man.
We're all o C n one road, and we're on G ly passing thro C  ugh."
 
Passing through, passing through ...
 
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