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Chapman, Steven Curtis - My Redeemer Is Faithful And True

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From: Brian Anderson 

My Redeemer is Faithful and True
Steven Curtis Chapman &
James Isaac Elliott


D         D/F#    Gmaj7    D    D/F#   Gmaj7



D       D/F#                  G6
As I look back on the road I've traveled
D           D/F#                 G6			A
I see so many times He carried me through
                 A#7                      Bm              E/G#
If there's one thing that I've learned in my life,
             D/A      A7sus  A7     D
My Redeemer is faithful and true


Chorus
D/F#       G            A             D
My Redeemer is faithful and true
D/F#     Gmaj7        A              Bm
Everything He has said He will do
D/A            Gmaj7            A            Bm     Bm/A     E/G#
And ev'ry morning His mercies are new
           Em7            A7          D            D/F#     Gmaj7
My Redeemer is faithful and true


My heart rejoices when I read the promise
There's a place I am preparing for you
I know someday I'll see my Lord face to face
'Cause my Redeemer is faithful and true


Chorus


Bridge
D/C#     Bm      F#m                Gmaj7                    D
And in ev'ry situation,  He has proved His love for me
D/C#      Bm        Bm/A   E              Em7                      Em7/A         A
When I lack the understanding,  He gives more grace to me


Chorus

Comments about this tab

worshipjammr - 2007-09-11

Good basic chart! This song is full of "jazzy" chords with lots of 7ths and cool things, so I think a few clarifications would help:

D/F# is actually Dmaj7: xx0222 (same where says D/C#)
A#7 is actually F#7: 242322
D/A is actually Em7: 020000 (like in the chorus)
Bm/A is actually Bm7: 224232
F#m is actually F#m7: 242222 (in the bridge)
Em7/A is actually Asus: 002230 (end of bridge before resolving to A)

My voice is low so I also worked this up in the key of G and added a few more passing tones/7th chords to emphasize that feel. I can submit it if anyone's interested?


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