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Not For A Moment After All Chords

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Not For A Moment (After All)
Key: D#

Intro:
Cm   G#   D#   A#
Cm   G#   D#   A#   

Verse 1:
         G#                   D#     A#             Cm
You were reaching through the storm, walking on the water
G#          D#        A#
Even when I could not see.
       G#           D#          A#                 Cm
In the middle of it all, when I thought You were a thousand miles away
G#        D#    Cm          A#       G#        D#    Cm          A#
Not for a moment did You forsake me, Not for a moment did You forsake me

Chorus:
G#    D#   A#      Cm        G#    D#   A#      Fm 
After all, You are constant. After all, You are only good.
G#    D#   A#      Cm
After all, You are Sovereign.
G#        D#    Cm             A#      G#        D#   Cm            A#
Not for a moment, will You forsake me. Not for a moment will You forsake me.

Verse 2:
         G#             D#    A#              Cm
You were singing in the dark, whispering Your promise
G#          D#        A# 
Even when I could not hear.
      G#           D#    A#            Cm
I was held in Your arms, carried for a thousand miles to show
G#        D#    Cm          A#       G#        D#    Cm          A#
Not for a moment did You forsake me, Not for a moment did You forsake me

Bridge:
G#    D#          Cm             A#     G#    D#          Cm         A#
Every step, every breath You are there. Every tear, every cry, every prayer.
G#    D#          Cm             A#
In my hurt, in my worst, when my world falls down.
G#        D#    Cm            A#       G#        D#   Cm            A#
Not for a moment, will You forsake me. Not for a moment will You forsake me.

Outro:
Cm   G#   D#   A#
Cm   G#   D#   A#
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emberalexis16 wrote on November 20 2013, 06:32 pm

amazing! perfect tab thanks a lot!

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AliveinHim2000 wrote on June 15 2014, 02:31 am, edited at 02:33 am

Well...ummm....I wish I could say these chords are "politically correct" but I cant. You cannot put a Cm chord in the key of "D#, because a Cm has a "flat" in it. You cant mix "sharps" and "flats" in any one given "key". For example, if a key signature has 3 sharps's in it, DONT confuse the musician and put a chord in the song with a flat in it. Re-lable the chord to be consistent within the "sharp" key. In this song on this page, to be politically correct, if the chord progression starts with a Cm, then the next chord would be an Ab, then Eb, then Bb and so on. The "Key" of this song would then be "Eb". To be sure, ive just done research on this song, and the original key it was written in was in fact, Eb major.

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Livin4Jesus321 wrote on June 17 2014, 11:52 am

I was always under the impression that a flat or sharp key could always be called either the flat name or the sharp name of said key. Thanks for clearing that up. I know for me personally though (and other musicians that I know), calling the flat key chords as sharp key chords works better in my mind; I'm not saying that I'm politically correct, because you are haha, I'm just saying that this way has always made more sense to me for some reason. Thank's for your contribution.

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