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When I Think About the Lord
Shane and Shane

Capo 2

Verse: (x2)
G     D/F#
Em    E 
Am    Em
C     D

Chorus (x2):
D/F#  Em
E     Am
Em   (1st)F  (2nd)C  D

Comments about this tab

sftl99 - 2004-06-26

Both times the E occurs after the Em it would be more accurate (and cool sounding) to play an E7 (0-2-0-1-0-0). Also, the Am needs to be an Am7 (X-0-2-0-1-0). There are a couple of other things I see, like the 2nd time thru verse needs an F in there, and on the chorus I don't think there is an F anywhere, unless of course we are calling "verse" and "chorus" two separate things.

brad4christ - 2005-03-04

this way sounds alot better
G D Em then a string 2nd fret g string 1st fret, then move both fingers down one string so you playing a look alike Am, then go back to Em C then D repeat but when you get to the C part move your C to the third frett ( first finger on b string 3rd fret and so on)

if you had trouble understanding this e-mail me at and ill explain it more and better

jkim519 - 2005-07-13

Hey I say that the Am should be Am7

e- 0
b- 1
d- 0
g- 2
a- 0
e- 0

jkim519 - 2005-07-14

I also think that the song should be w/ capo on 2nd fret

jkim519 - 2005-07-14

lol my bad

LiLsOiLdEr4jC - 2005-09-26

i think the best way is to make the d/f# a B7

pjohn - 2005-11-12

play an E7, but play it the right way... (0-2-2-1-3-0)

yulittle03 - 2005-12-03

G D/F#
Em E
C Em
C Dsus D
G D/F#
Em E
Am F
Dsus D
G D/F#
Em E
Am F
Dsus D X2
thats how most churches in the torrance area plays this song and it sounds very cool. i personally have a high voice so i like to sing it with the capo on the 3rd fret

jim4christ - 2006-04-07

the best way to play this song in my opinion is to play it with capo 2 because that is how shane and shane play it, i know this because i saw it in concert. another point i could make is that the E7 is deffinetly the right way but the B7 doesnt sound like the song, so that would be my other point. If you disagree i would love to talk about it because i want to learn how to play it exactly the way Shane and Shane do so please respond if you feel its needed.
be blessed
in christ

lady101 - 2007-09-01

how would you play this song in E flat?

GR33NMAN - 2011-08-05

If you are still looking for it in Eb it is capo 11st fret
Bm B7
Em7 Bm
G A (C at first ending of chorus)

also in response to another comment E7 020100 and 022130 are both correct however I find that 020100 sounds more correct for this song

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