Storm Thru Mississippi

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Storm Thru Mississippi-Henry Green
G position, standard tuning

In Tupelo, Mississippi was a mighty mighty sinful town
Well, the people all was wicked as anywhere ev' be found
They would drink, cheat and rob and the folks just wouldn't hear God
So He sent out, out a warning through the land

It was late one Sunday evening, just about nine o'clock
When the cyclone struck in Tupelo and the town begin to rock
It was wind, hail and fire, for God surely was passing by
He just set out, out a warning through the land

Well, some was floatin' on water, and some was sailin' in the air
Well people, you may not believe it, but there is a God somewhere
He can wound, he can heal, he can do just as he feel
So He sent out, out a warning through the land

Well, some was torn to pieces, and some we had to drown
Well, some was burned into ashes and some could not be found
Well now, wasn't that an awful sight, how my God did-a work that night?
He just sent out, out a warning through the land

Well, God just sent out, child, a warning through the land
Well, He just sent out a warning through the land
Well-a, white or black, rich or poor, all alike, child, had to go
For he sent out, out a warning through the land

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