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Boat Of Love Song Lyrics and Chords

 

Boat Of Love Song Lyrics and Chords by Bill Monroe

 

Boat Of Love
Recorded by Bill Monroe and Jimmy Martin
Written by James B. Smith
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I can hear the voice (I can hear the voice)
Of the boatman coming (of the boatman coming)
And I'll be ready (and I'll be ready)
 
When He calls my  
D7 
name (when He calls my name)
 
So happy I'll  
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be (so happy I'll be)
On my way to Heaven (on my way to heaven)
 
I hear the angels (I hear the angels)  
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sweetly 
 
 
G 
sing

On the boat of love (on the boat of love)

D7 
Down at the  
G 
harbor 
 
(
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down at the  
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harbor)
 
It's waiting  
Em 
there (it's waiting there)
 
For you and  
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me (for you and me)
 
I have no  
G 
fear (I have no fear)
 
Christ is the captain (Christ is the  
C 
captain)
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He'll guide us o're (He'll guide us o're)  
D7 
life's rolling  
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sea
Let's get on board (let's get on board)
That great excursion (that great excursion)
And sail the sea (and sail the sea)
 
To the  
D7 
home above (to the home above)
 
Don't wait too  
G 
late (don't wait too late)
To make your reservation (to make your reservation)
 
It's the boat of God's (it's the boat of God's)  
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eternal 
 
 
G 
love
Repeat #2

On the boat of love (on the boat of love)

Will soon be sailing (will soon be sailing)
It's heading for (it's heading for)
 
That golden  
D7 
shore (that golden shore)
 
Don't wait too  
G 
late (don't wait too late)
To make your reservation (to make your reservation)
 
Heaven is my home (Heaven is my home)  
D7 
for 
 
ever
G 
more
Repeat #2

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Boat Of Love?
- The song Boat Of Love was sang by Bill Monroe.

 

Who is Bill Monroe?
- William Smith Monroe ( September 13, 1911 - September 9, 1996) was an American mandolinist, singer, and songwriter, who created the bluegrass music genre. Because of this, he is often called the "Father of Bluegrass".The genre takes its name from his band, the Blue Grass Boys, who named their group for the bluegrass of Monroe's home state of Kentucky. Monroe's performing career spanned 69 years as a singer, instrumentalist, composer and bandleader.

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