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George Harrison – My Sweet Lord lyrics

My sweet lord
Hm, my lord
Hm, my lord

I really want to see you
Really want to be with you
Really want to see you lord
But it takes so long, my lord

My sweet lord
Hm, my lord
Hm, my lord

I really want to know you
Really want to go with you
Really want to show you lord
That it wont take long, my lord (hallelujah)

My sweet lord (hallelujah)
Hm, my lord (hallelujah)
My sweet lord (hallelujah)

I really want to see you
Really want to see you
Really want to see you, lord
Really want to see you, lord
But it takes so long, my lord (hallelujah)

My sweet lord (hallelujah)
Hm, my lord (hallelujah)
My, my, my lord (hallelujah)

I really want to know you (hallelujah)
Really want to go with you (hallelujah)
Really want to show you lord (aaah)
That it wont take long, my lord (hallelujah)

Hmm (hallelujah)
My sweet lord (hallelujah)
My, my, lord (hallelujah)

Hm, my lord (hare krishna)
My, my, my lord (hare krishna)
Oh hm, my sweet lord (krishna, krishna)
Oh-uuh-uh (hare hare)

Now, I really want to see you (hare rama)
Really want to be with you (hare rama)
Really want to see you lord (aaah)
But it takes so long, my lord (hallelujah)

Hm, my lord (hallelujah)
My, my, my lord (hare krishna)
My sweet lord (hare krishna)
My sweet lord (krishna krishna)
My lord (hare hare)
Hm, hm (gurur brahma)
Hm, hm (gurur vishnu)
Hm, hm (gurur devo)
Hm, hm (maheshwara)
My sweet lord (gurur sakshaat)
My sweet lord (parabrahma)
My, my, my lord (tasmayi shree)
My, my, my, my lord (guruve namah)
My sweet lord (hare rama)

[fade:]

(hare krishna)
My sweet lord (hare krishna)
My sweet lord (krishna krishna)
My lord (hare hare)



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    UnregisteredMay 1, 2012 at 1:01 am
    I see goerge harrison as praying and talking with god, knowing there is so much to accomplish spiritually before the final merge with god - no matter what name he is called by. Spirituality is a gradual growth. By any name, god is god. He answers by all names and he was never land will never be limited by form or name, and george harriso recognized him as one in all. He was definitely very advanced spiritually and loved god. It is also my understanding that he loved bhagavahan sri sathya sai baba and he was a major inspiration in his life. Recently, a video of darshans of sri sathya sai baba was released with this song in the background. That showed his love and respect for him.
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    UnregisteredOct 27, 2011 at 3:58 pm
    I think he is trying to convey that he does not want to focus on the temporal things in this life, but to build his spirit, and to become closer to god. I believe he was saying that all roads lead to god, no matter what your "religion", it is more about faith, than dogma. Krishna is a sanskrit word for god, so no matter what you practice, practice it with your total being.

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