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Submitted by: brockleeman

After intense earplay and watching this video, this is what I have come up with.
This song is played with a capo on the second fret but chords are listed as if
played with no capo.


Show Me Your Glory
Third Day
Essential Records


INTRO  E/F  A  C  G  E/F (POWER CHORDS)

VERSE 1

Am7  C G Dm9    Am7 G Dm9

Am7  C G Dm9    Am7 G C


CHOURS

C Am7 Dm9 G

C Am7 Dm9    Am7 G Dm9


VERSE 2

Am7  C G Dm9    Am7 G Dm9

Am7  C G Dm9    Am7 G C    

(chorus)

(solo)

(chorus)


Tabbed By: The Brockleeman

Comments about this tab

tarlen_rk - 2004-06-25

Very good job. Would you be able to possibly add the tabs for the chords you are playing? For example, I don't know what E/F means, and some others.


brockleeman - 2004-07-21

E/F IS AN E POWER CHORD SLID TO AN F POWER CHORD.

Am7 Dm9

E x E x
A - A -
D 2 D 3
G - G 2
B 1 B 1
E - E -


mmggppmgp - 2004-09-02

that clears things up... cuz the F could mean the bass


mmggppmgp - 2004-09-02

*mean as the root or bass


mmggppmgp - 2004-09-02

example

Wat the sheet make means

E/F 022xxx slide to 133

Wat i thought it was

E/F 122xxx


mmggppmgp - 2004-09-02

do u noe the solo


jsoccer - 2004-12-08

i think the song goes like this

intro: G5, B5, D5, A5 x2

verse:G5, B5,D5,A5,
G5,B5,A5
G5,B5,D5,A5
G5,B5,C#5

chorus:D5,B5 G5 A5
D5,B5, G5,A5, G5

repeat in once not twice
verse
chorus
solo, the chord progression is just like the chorus
chorus x2

outro: G5,B5,D5,A5

chords
G5 355xxx
B5 799xxx
A5 577xxx
D5 101212xxx
C#5 91111xxx


blutgr3 - 2005-01-10

what are power chords?


thirdday123 - 2005-02-09

a power chord is sort of like a bar chord and it is used mainly in rock type songs


the_lithographe - 2005-04-13

The only difference between a barre chord and a power chord is the number of string played in the chord. The power chord consists of two or three strings (1st and 5th notes or 1st, 5th and 8th notes) depending on the guitarists preference. The power chord also has distortion to thicken the sound. A barre chord on the other hand is usually played clean or very faint distortion using five or six strings. Too much distortion on a barre chord sounds very muddy. I hope this helps.


the_lithographe - 2005-04-13

Just out of curiosity, why was this song played with a capo on the video? I think D is a much easier key to play in than C. Was the capo on there for the prior song? I haven't seen the video, so I don't know.


jamforchrist123 - 2005-04-26

The Capo Is Probably Esiest For Him To Sing In.


jamforchrist123 - 2005-04-26

What I Meant Was The Key The Capo Puts The Song In, Makes It Esier For The Dude To Sing In.


gospelnous - 2005-05-30

Though I saw Third Day play this song at Spirit West Coast (Del Mar) last night, I was sitting on the 4th level of the grandstand and couldn't verify gender, let alone chord positions. Nevertheless, the barre or power chords in 'C' are probably better suited for the drive this song commands, though the acoustic guitar might accent or complement nicely using the 'D' voicings.


spfdcsnake - 2005-12-29

could someone please list the power chords in this song, i do not know how to play them, thanks


jlove2416 - 2006-04-13

jsoccer just curious on that c#5 how somebody could stretch their fingers from the ninth fret all the way to the first fret?? just wondering if that was a mistake cuz i really want to learn how to play the song..ok great job tabbin....


Lo0706V - 2007-04-23

That's the eleventh fret genius!!!


gsusguitar - 2008-06-13

Yo, I have the DVD "Third Day: Wire Live" and this song they play with capo on the 2nd fret. Mac Powel and the Bassist does'nt have it capoed anywhere, though.


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