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Submitted by: Breakawayrocks

Casting Crowns
Beautiful Savior
Reunion Records, 2004 it's a new song so that's as much as I have
This song is great for worship and appears on their "Live in Atlanta" album.

Em F9 G [2x]

Em F9 G C F9
Em F9 G C F9
F9 G F9 G
F9 G A D

G C D D/F# G
Am G
D/F# Em D
G C D D/F# G
Am G
D/F# Em D Em

Em F C

Em F9 G

My F9 is:
     E A D G B E
fret X     O
1    | | | | X X
2    | | | | | |
3    | X X | | |

Comments about this tab

Breakawayrocks - 2004-11-03

Hey this is Breakawayrocks...

after playing this song with my band we found that an Am needs to go between the last 3 F and G patterns in the verses.


matt j t - 2004-12-14

I agree!!!!

Decency - 2005-01-16

Dude, you F9 is right, but I don't believe it's called an F9. Just to make the tab easier though, it's:


JohnM - 2005-01-28

That's Csus, not an F9. ;)

KJDondrums - 2006-01-17

Great chords but the F9 does sound kinda strange. But other than that OH! and the Am thing in the above comments great job!

Nath - 2006-02-25

Yeah, if you're gonna play F9 up there, it'll be
, or something to that effect. I haven't tried out these chords yet, so I don't know how F9 would fit in... but that's one version of F9. I say (1) for the E string because otherwise it would be F9/C, which is also Csus4, as said before. But anyway, that's F9. Going by the other votes though, it looks like this is a pretty good set of chords! Nice one!

sorefingers - 2006-12-26

The second verse is more major-sounding. You can tell this by listening to the bass line. Instead of going E-F-G in the beginning as the bass does in the first verse, it goes E-F#-G in the second verse. So, I think the guitar does something like this for the second verse:

Em D G Em7 C2 (or Cadd5) C
Em D G Em7 C2
F9 C G F9 C G
F9 C Em A D

I could be wrong, but it sounds about right for that second verse.
The x33013 cord works pretty well for most of the rest of the song.

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