X: 1 T:Amazing Grace C:Transposed to Major NAF by Robert Gatliff C:Traditional Hymn C:Lyrics by John Newton (1779) to the melody of 'New Britian' (1829) M:3/4 L:1/8 K:D D2 | G4 (3(BAG) | B4 A2 | G4 E2 | !breath! D4 D2 | w:1.~A-maz-ing__ grace, how sweet the sound that G4 (3(BAG) | B4 AB | d6- | !breath! d4 B2 | w:saved a__ wretch like_ me._ I d4 (3(BAG) | B4 A2 | G4 E2 | !breath! D4 D2 | w:once was__ lost, but now am found, was G4 (3(BAG) | B4 A2 | G6- | G4 |] w:blind, but__ now I see._ % W:2. 'Twas grace that taught my heart to fear W:And grace that fear relieved; W:How precious did that grace appear W:The hour I first believed. W: W:3. Through many dangers, toils, and snares W:I have already come; W:'Tis grace hath bro't me safe thus far, W:And grace will lead me home. W: W:4. When we've been here ten thousand years W:Bright shining as the sun; W:We've no less days to sing God's praise W:Than when we first begun.