Ukisociety has several hymns he plays on the ukulele. With “Trust and Obey” he uses the chords F C7, F, C, F, Bb.
When I was growing up we would go every Sunday to the big, white church on the corner. Every service started with “Holy, Holy, Holy”. I used to know the first three stanzas by heart, but that was a few years ago.
Nice rendition of “I’d Rather Have Jesus”. Thanks, Leroy.
- 1 Samuel 18:6
- When the men were returning home after David had killed the Philistine, the women came out from all the towns of Israel to meet King Saul with singing and dancing, with joyful songs and with tambourines and lutes.
1 Samuel 18:5-7 (in Context)
- 2 Chronicles 20:28
They entered Jerusalem and went to the temple of the LORD with harps and lutes and trumpets.
2 Chronicles 20:27-29
New International Version
Godly Guitar Tabs: This is a great resource to see lyrics, guitar chords, and hear the song played by fingerpicking style guitar. Thanks, Dan.
A list of public domain hymns in the United States from a site on Public Domain Information. The site claims you should find a published copy of the song with a copyright date of 1922 or earlier.
Abide with Me – 1861 – m/ W.H. Monk, w/ H.F. Lytle
All Hail the Power of Jesus Name – m/ Oliver Holden, w/ E. Perronet
Amazing Grace – 1800, John Newton
Ave Maria – 1859, Gounod
Ave Maria – 1826, Schubert
Blest Be the Tie That Binds – 1845 – m/ Hans G. Naegeli, w/ John Fawcett
Come Thou Almighty King – 1885, m/F. Giardini, w/C.Wesley
Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing – 1885, Wyeth
Crown Him With Many Crowns – m/ G. J. Elvey, w/ M. Bridges
Doxology, The – 1560
Faith of Our Fathers – w/ Frederick W. Farber
God Be With You [Til We Meet Again] – m/ W.G. Tomer, w/ J.E. Rankin
Hallelujah Chorus -1767
He Leadeth Me – 1885, Bradbury
Holy, Holy Holy – m/ J.B. Dykes, w/ Dr. Heber
I Ain’t Gonna Grieve My Lord No More – 1865
I Love Thy Kingdom Lord – 1899
Jesus Christ Is Risen Today – m/ Lydia Davidica, w/ Tr. Tate and Brady
Jesus Shall Reign Wheree’er the Sun – m/J. Hatton, w/ Isaac Watts
Jesus! the Very Thought of Thee – 1885, Dyken
Just As I Am – m/ W.B. Bradbury, w/ C. Elliott
Lead Kindly Light – 1885, Dykes
Love Will Find a Way Morse – 1890
Mighty Fortress Is Our God, A – 1529 m,w/ Martin Luther
My Faith Looks Up to Thee – m/ Lowell Mason, w/ Ray Palmer
My Jesus as Thou Wilt – 1885, Weber
Near the Cross [Jesus Keep Me] – m/ W.H. Doane, w/ Fanny J. Crosby
Nearer My God to Thee – 1859 – m/ Lowell Mason. w/1841, Sarah F. Adams
Now the Day is Over – 1869, Barnby
Onward Christian Soldiers – m/ Arthur Sullivan, w/ S. Baring-Gould
Praise Him, Praise Him ! [Jesus our Blessed Redeemer] – m/Chester G. Allen, w/ Fanny J. Crosby
Rescue the Perishing – m/ William F. Doane, w. Fanny J. Crosby
Savior, Like A Shephered [Lead Us] – m/ William B. Bradbury, w/ Dorothy A. Thrupp
Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus – 1901 – m/ Adam Geibel, w/ George Duffield
This Is My Fatheer’s World, m/ English Melody, w/ 1901 Maltbie D. Babcock
What A Friend [We Have in Jesus] – m/ C.C. Converse, w/ H. Bonar
When I Survey the Wondrous Cross – m/ Lowell Mason, w/ Isaac Watts
Wonderful Words of Life – m,w/ P.P. Bliss
This is a great lesson Ken Middleton gives. Thanks, Ken.