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Submitted by: PoeticDisciple

"From the Inside Out"
United: We Stand - (I'm blessed to be able to go see them Thrusday)

This one A little confusing.

Standard Tuning 
" - " mean TWO beats
" / " means end of 4 beats

F - - /C - G - /F - - /C - G - /

F - - /C - G - /F - - /C - G - /
Am - F - /C - G - /Am - F - /C - G - /  
F - - /C - G - /F - - /C - G - /

Verse 2:
F - - /C - G - /F - - /C - G - /
Am - F - /C - G - /Am - F - /C - G - /

Chorus 1:
F - - /C - - /Am - - /G - - /
F - - /Am - - /G - - /Dm - - /

Chorus 2:
Am - F - /C - G - /Am - F - /C - G - /
C - F - /G - Am - /F - G - /F - G - /

F - - /C - - /Am - - /G - - /
F - - /Am - - /

Am - F - /C - G - /Am - F - /C - G - /
C - F - /G - Am - /F - G - /F - G - /

I Know it seems very confusing but trust me its exactly how United plays it.

Comments about this tab

phoenix4jc - 2006-04-01

Nice Tab...
Im not sure about the Am in the chorus... i think when they play it they just go back to C instead and instead playing F in the chorus try Fm7.


C / Fm7 / C / G

The Fm7 just gives it a more of a worship feel and it sounds more natural.

God Bless


tomcbc - 2006-04-08

higher octave tab for intro:


colehall - 2006-05-26

Yeah... It looks good. This song is one of my favorites

sportsman123 - 2007-01-04

One of the best worship songs in the world! HIllsong United and Hillsong are absolutley the best

guitarman008 - 2007-02-09

What can be confusing on this song is that one of the acoustic guitars on the recording sustains a g-note throughout the opening three chords by keeping his finger on the third fret of the first string. So while the root (bass) of the first three chords are: F C and G you hear the constant g note on the first string. This makes the chords actually: F2 C (with the 5th on top) and G. You can substiute an Fmaj7 for the F2 as you like since the e-note is in the melody, and at times you hear one of the three rhythm guitars doing that very thing.
The Am in the chorus seems correct to me. And I play: Am Fmaj7 C G for the first part of the chorus. But again, the same acoustic guitar player on the recording adds the g-note to the "F" chord while others play Fmaj7. It all blends.

GibsonRocker - 2007-02-21

Fmaj7 is more correct given the context of the lead intro part...

chyk4christ - 2007-03-15

i love this song and i think the chords are great!!

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