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Submitted by: JonM

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Capo 4

Note - In this song, I find the D2 chord sounds best when the higher strings don't dominate the sound.

Em A/C# D2 A/C# 
Em A/C# D2 (play another A/C# here for instrumental bridge)

G	      Am7/G                   G/B                  C (2x)
D2          C                            G/B                  C (2x)

Chorus & Refrain:
G       Am7/G	       G/B      C

Comments about this tab

Shortie - 2005-01-22

I'm not convinced about your use of D2 in the intro. I think you'll find it's closer to the CD if you play D/A+G+B+E (ie a basic E-chord shape 3 frets higher but played over the E, A & D strings)

Enjoy :)

ee7klt - 2005-01-23

anyone figure out that funky chord sequence fill at the end of the first verse and the chorus?
it sounds like some variation of a quick C to G a couple of times but I can't get it to sound exactly right.
(It's probably in the songbook which I've not gotten yet.)

JonM - 2005-06-16

Hey, just got this in a Worship Together's songbook 7.0 Everything's the same except the intro which should be:

Em C#m7b5 Gmaj7/D C#m7b5
Em C#m7b5 Gmaj7/D

This chord progression is also used as an interlude and an outro while singing the same "anthem" lyrics

Jon M

paintindablack - 2005-12-11

I don't know if this is completely correct, but i like to play the part at the end of the verse and chorus like this:


I hope this helps

Great tab

12centuries - 2010-10-17

> anyone figure out that funky chord sequence fill
> at the end of the first verse and the chorus?

It's basically changing the C chord to Csus2 (x30033 or x30010) and then hammering that 2nd fret back on to do a typical C chord (x32033 or x32010)

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