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Revive Us Again chords

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transcribed from this youtube video on 7/7/12

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGoNdl_b09g

Revive Us Again

Intro - one bar of three on each chord

D/F#    G    A    Bm    /    D    G    A    A    
(Repeat twice)

D       
We praise You oh God
D
For the Son of Your love
    D/F#      G
For Jesus who died
        A
And is now gone above
    D
We praise You oh God
D
For Your Spirit of Light
        D/F#          G
Who has shown us our Savior
    A
And scattered our night

Chorus 1

D                      G
Hallelujah, thine the glory
     D/F#    A
Hallelujah Amen
D                      G
Hallelujah, thine the glory
   A
Revive us again

Chorus 2       
     D                D/F#m
Hallelujah, thine the glory
     Bm       G
Hallelujah Amen
    D/F#               A
Hallelujah, thine the glory
  Bm   A     D/F# - G - A - Bm - D/F# - G - A
Revive us again

Verse 2

D
All glory and praise
D
To the Lamb that was slain
        D/F#         G
Who has born all our sin
         A
And has cleansed every stain
   D
Revive us again
D
Fill our hearts with Your love
            D/F#       G
And may our souls be rekindled
A
With fire from above

Chorus 1 / Chorus 2 (same as above)


Note:
It's debateable whether sometimes he uses an f#minor instead of the D/F#.  It's 
really hard to hear it.  I chose the D/F# because to me I hear the F# bass note 
but not necessarily the full minor sonority of the F# minor chord.  That's my take 
on it.  To play D/F#, you just wrap your thumb around the neck and grab the F# on 
the 6th string 2nd fret while you're playing the D chord.  It's very useful for 
walk up bass patterns.  

Also, the transition at the end of chorus two is just the intro stuck in there.

            
            
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