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Submitted by: Sam.M.Lee

King Of Glory
Chris Tomlin

Capo 2

Verse 1 & 2:
E  A2  C#m  A2

Chorus:
E  A2  C#m  A2 

Bridge:
A2  Bsus  A2  E  
A2  Bsus  C#m A2

Ending Part:
E  A2  C#m  A2 

Written by Chris Tomlin and Jesse Reeves
2004 worshiptogether.com
Songs / sixsteps Music (ASCAP).
Admin. by EMI CMG Publishing
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Palm mute the strings lightly after each strum.  For those who don't know what
a palm mute is, its the process of muting the strings with the palm of your 
strumming hand.  However for this song don't place your whole palm on the 
strings while you are playing but instead just lightly graze them after the 
strum. Lucky for you I don't charge anything for the first lesson :)

Intro/Verse/Chorus

G C2 Em7 C2

After the chorus go straight to G for 4 beats until the second verse starts


G:3   C2:x   Em7:x
  2      3       2
  0      2       2
  0      0       0 
  3      3       3
  3      3       3

Have fun!


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King Of Glory - Arrival Album
Chris Tomlin
Written by Chris Tomlin and Jesse Reeves
2004 worshiptogether.com

No Capo

Intro(played with either distortion or overload on an electric)
e |---------------------------------|
B |------0-----------0--------------|
G |----2---2-0-----2---2-0----------|
D |--0---------2------------0-------|
A |---------------------------------|
E |---------------------------------|

To play the intro, you need an electric with effect pedals, if your just 
doing accoustic, jus go on and play the bottom.

Verse
G C2 G/B C2

Chorus
G C2 Em7 C2

Bridge
C2 D Em7 G

C2 D Em7 C2

Comments about this tab

northerncal98 - 2004-12-11

I would play w/o capo:
Play this with CD and it sounds like the real McCoy!

Intro: G Csus

Verses:
G Csus
G/B C


chorus

G C Em6 C


Bridge:
Csus D Em6 G

Csus D Em6 Csus


unknown - 2005-01-07

i think the intro riff is like this:

Intro: G-C-G-C-

e --------------------------------
B --------------------------------
G ----2-4-2---------2-4-2---------
D ----------5-------------5-5~----
A ------------5/7~----------------
E --------------------------------


bryanmurphy14 - 2005-01-25

The tab is correct, however, it needs to be capoed on the 3rd fret.


brockleeman - 2005-02-09

I agree with the no capo theory but I would change the Csus to a C2 and the Em6 to a Em7.


Joycbc - 2005-03-01

As an option, you may want to check out www.worshiptogether.com and select the new song cafe option...this week, they are showing chris playing this song, and in the key of G (no capo). it's very easy and sounds great!


shongsta - 2005-03-11

I have the song and it is played without a capo...chords i use are

Intro(played with either distortion or overload on an electric)
e |---------------------------------|
B |------0-----------0--------------|
G |----2---2-0-----2---2-0----------|
D |--0---------2------------0-------|
A |---------------------------------|
E |---------------------------------|

To play the intro, you need an electric with effect pedals, if your just
doing accoustic, jus go on and play the bottom.

Verse
G C2 G/B C2

Chorus
G C2 Em7 C2

Bridge
C2 D Em7 G

C2 D Em7 C2

BTW, C2 is played the same way as Csus posted above by northerncal98, i looked both chords up and for some odd reason, they're the same chord...Same goes for Em7 and Em6.


shongsta - 2005-03-11

rhoy's post of the intro riff is also true but my way is easier, they are the same sounds if you listen closely...


moop - 2005-03-30

Actually Shong...if you listen, there's a crucial slide that YOU dont have.
Plus the voicing is way different when you play that low on the fretboard.
Easy is usually never better.


shongsta - 2005-04-11

http://www.christomlin.com/2004/danielscorner/kingofglory.htm


bufered - 2005-05-20

yes its played w/o capo in G.im pretty sure the original progression that u wrote was right if u capo 3 E position.that would be playing it in G.or u can just transpose it and play w/o a capo.


J GUillen6 - 2005-06-29

yeah it is completely right, its just capo 3 instead of capo 2


c_glory - 2005-07-05

i think the G/B should be a C2, it sounds better.


c_glory - 2005-07-05

And i don't think a capo is used.


c_glory - 2005-07-21

ops made a mistake the G/B should be Em7 not C2 :)


ILoveLucy - 2005-10-30

i bought the music....it goes like this
G c2 Em7 C2 G C2 Em7 D
these are all the chords ur task is too play them in the rights spots


Jesus First - 2005-12-01

ILoveLucy is totally right. I know she/he is right b/c i got the sheet music from worship together and even watched chris tomlin and reeves play it out note by note slowly but if you want the chords with the lyrics email me k God Bless You


jkim519 - 2005-12-30

for the intro doesn't the guy hammer on the second fret?


vy330 - 2006-03-12

Actually I think playing it in both G and in E w/capo 3 works


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