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Submitted by: philliptune

Title: In You
Album: Look
Artist: MercyMe

I couldn't find this song, or really many other songs by MercyMe, on this
site so I just decided to learn it by ear.  I don't think anybody could
really fight me on the accuracy of these chords because its mainly piano
and violin but I'm pretty sure this is how an unplugged version would sound.

This song is really easy and sounds great if you just bar the third fret of
the top two strings (e & b) then just move your index and middle fingers.
I think this leaves room for a little picking if you're advanced enough and
like that sort of thing.  A beautiful inspirational song that would be great
for your worship services.

    G     D     C     Em    F

The intro is just a G D C G performed semi-a capella

G  D  C  G
F  C  F  D

G  C  Em C
G  C  F  D

G  D  F  C

End with a resounding full G.

Comments about this tab

J Walker - 2004-07-20

Well this is a great song with a great and powerful meaning. Most of the chords are correct.
The only corrections I have is that: the first "D" in the verses is a "Dm".
the first "C" in the verses is an "F".

Great Song!

"A life without Christ is just a life that is never fixed"

Bethwerner - 2005-01-12

I agree! The end of the versus should be Dsus D, and the Em in the chorus is really a G/B (for the bass!). Otherwise, it's great!

J-Man123 - 2005-01-26

The D in the La La La's is actually a Dm

philliptune - 2005-03-08

You guys are right.. For simplicity I just kept my pinky and ring finger on the third fret of the b and e strings. But Dm does sound alot better. And to Bethwerner's comment, I would actually play a D-Dsus to set up for the G instead of Dsus-D but in any event I forgot to write that down. In the chord key, I wrote Dsus and just called it "D". Here are the chords Dm and the real D:
Dm D

jamesbong - 2006-04-23

Good job with the chords man keep up the good work. Just wanted to add though that you put a Capo on the 2nd fret if you want to play with the recording. God Bless.

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