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Gonna sing you a song of James Callahan

He was a hard drinkin' gamblin' railroad man

A girl named Gracie got his wedding band

And his journey into Grace began

 

Now Gracie is a cryin' sayin' "Lord have mercy

James is a runnin' on the highway to hell

Lord you got to save him from his evil ways"

There's no runnin' from a woman who prays

 

Grace, Grace amazing Grace

James will bless the day that he saw your face

Grace, Grace amazing Grace

Comin' through from a woman who prays

 

Now James is a-troubled by the visions in his head

He's seein' all kinds a devils gathered round his bed

He's sayin' "Lord I'm sorry for the things I said

So sorry for the things I've done"

 

Grace, Grace amazing Grace

James will bless the day that he saw your face

Grace, Grace amazing Grace

Comin' through from a woman who prays

 

No guarantees about tomorrow

James and Gracie had their share of sorrow

The Lord He works in mysterious ways

But there's no runnin' from a woman who prays

 

James and Gracie lived a mighty long time

Saw five generations down the family line

Gracie left first and was followed by James

Runnin' after a woman who prays

 

Grace, Grace amazing Grace

James will bless the day that he saw your face

Grace, Grace amazing Grace

Comin' through from a woman who prays

 

Grace, Grace amazing Grace

James will bless the day that he saw your face

Grace, Grace amazing Grace

Comin' through from a woman who prays

There's no runnin' from a woman who prays

 

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James and Grace