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Submitted by: ccasmus

This tab is different because it includes a capo version below.

E  A2 C#m7 Bsus

B  C#m7 A2 B

Chord fingerings:
E 022100
A2 X02200
C#m7 X46600
Bsus X24400 (I leave out the 3rd to sustain the B throughout the chord
Alternate fingering: Place a capo on the 2nd fret, but leave the high E
string un-capoed (open).  This allows the E to resonate throughout the
chord progressions.  This method is easier for me to finger pick and
sounds closer to the song, too.  With the capo, use the fingerings below:

D2 G2 Bm(sus) A2

A Bm(sus) G2 A

Chord fingerings ((0) denotes the truly open E string):
D2 XX023(0)
G2 30023(0)
Bm(sus) X2440(0)
A2 X02200

God Bless!

Comments about this tab

ccasmus - 2004-02-24

I noticed that I made a mistake in writing the above tab. For the capo version, the A2 needs to be replaced with an A chord. This allows the D# to be played, along with the E that is uncapoed which is what I think I hear on the song.

God Bless,

Icarus00001987 - 2004-05-20

I've found that this sounds better if after the A2 you play Bm(sus) then slide to the C#m7 chord then back up to the Bm(sus).


E A2 Bm(sus)/C#m7/Bm(sus)

Shwa - 2004-06-05

Go with the key of E, open chords in E sound much much better. Also, I can't be sure of this, but on the chorus I think an F#m is played instead of the C#m7. Try it out, see how you like it.

danny_meier - 2004-07-01

are most of theresongs in the key of E?

FreedomPing - 2004-12-11

Verse are E/G# Asus2 C#m7 B
Chorus are B(add4) F#m9 E/G# E/A B

tide_christian1 - 2005-02-05

the intro to the song is i think:


auroraguitar - 2005-11-24

Another way to place the song is as follows:

G C9 Em7 D G C9 Em7 D
Your love is extravagant
G C9 Em7 D G C9 Em7 D
Your friendship it is intimate
G C9 Em7 D
I feel like moving to the rhythm of Your grace
G C9 Em7 D
Your fragrance is intoxicating in our secret place
G C9 Em7 D G C9 Em7 D
Your love is extravagant

D C Em7 D
Spread wide in the arms of Christ is the love that covers sin
No greater love have I ever known You considered me your friend
G C Em7 D
Capture my heart again

DUCKWEED - 2006-01-13

heres the intro part arranged for guitar:



Christiangal88 - 2006-08-05

My worship leader and I tabbed out this song, but didn't have time to do the bridge. From playing the chords, I think that what we called the bridge, you are calling the chorus. By "chorus", are you referring to the part of the song that goes, "No greater love have I ever known, You considered me a friend, Capture my heart again." ?? From the way the chords are playing, I think that's how you did it, but I would like to know for sure. Thanks, and great job on the chords by the way! :-)

unidentified225 - 2007-10-20

N e one have the mandolin part for this song??

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