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Lord I Need You Chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Key of B, transpose down 2 full steps and use Capo 4 if so desired.
This version has a corrected Chorus, Because all the others out there are incorrect. 
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[Verse 1]

       B     E     B
Lord I come, I confess
F#/A#   G#m      F#      E
Bowing here I find my rest
       B       E      B
Without You I fall apart
           F#                  E
You're the one that guides my heart


        B         E    B    F#/A#
Lord, I need You, oh I need You
G#m    E      B       F#
Every hour I need You
  B/D#  E        B           E
My one defense, my righteousness
   B               F#       B
Oh God, how I need You

[Verse 2]

               B          E      B
Where sin runs deep, Your grace is more
        F#/A#   G#m       F#        E
Where grace is found is where You are 
              B        E    B
And where You are Lord I am free
    F#-F#sus               E
Holiness is Christ in me
             B           E       B
Yes where You are Lord I am free
    F#-F#sus               B
Holiness is Christ in me


   E        B       F#       G#m
So teach my song to rise to You
G#m              B/D#      E
When temptation comes my way
           E      B/D#        F#       G#m
And when I cannot stand I'll fall on You
E               F#        B
Jesus You're my hope and stay
           E      B/D#        F#       G#m
And when I cannot stand I'll fall on You
E               F#        B
Jesus You're my hope and stay
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jdg1320 10 Sep 25, 2011 07:31 AM

This song is not "by" Chris Tomlin. He performs it but it is written by a group of worship artsts for Passion 2011. Chris Tomlin has a lot of good songs out, but like any worship leader he does a lot of other worship leaders songs. Michael W. Smith started doing a lot of other artists songs and people started giving him the credit for coming up with them also. Please give credit where credit is due.

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jdg1320 10 Sep 28, 2011 03:49 PM

Another thing I noticed about your intrepretation of this song is the Ab's and Bb's. Although they are enharmonic to G# and A#, this song is in the key of B, which has five sharps. The natural chord progression doesn't contain three sharps and two flats. Stay true to the key.

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dwbinford 10 Mar 31, 2013 05:10 PM

where can I find the chord/lyric chart based upon Matt Maher's release?

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