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Oh My God Chords

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These chords are almost entirely correct, except that the timing on the bridge may 
be a little off. If you play it along with the song, it should be fine.

Verse 1:
A                          E
King of Glory, oh my Jesus Christ
A                                    E
Free me from what keeps me from Your light
A                               C#m
Burning like a thousand suns at night
A                                 E
I don't know when I've felt more alive

Chorus:
A     C#m     E
Oh my God, my God
A     C#m     E
Oh my God, my God

A B E

Verse 2:
A                                   E
Let us pass, oh Lord, from death to life
A                            E
Oh my God, lead us into your light
A                               C#m
Burning like a thousand suns at night
A                                     C#m
We'll sing Your name until the end of time

Chorus

Bridge:
A              C#m
Born all over again
                    E
Bring your rain and bring your wind
                   A        C#m
I'm born all over, born all over again
                    E
Death will lose and we will win

I'm born all over

Chorus
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made.to.worship 62 Feb 15, 2012 06:12 PM

Very nice chords. The ONLY thing I would add is that pretty much anywhere it goes from A to C#m, it walks up to the C#m with a Bm. Strumming is the most difficult thing on this song. Again, nice job!

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pcromeo38 10 Jul 11, 2012 12:13 PM

Awesome. Any idea how to do any of the little fill-ins?

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micah.hummert 21 Jul 27, 2013 12:04 PM

This tab gets the general idea across, and I think it'd be very good for those just learning guitar who want a rough rendition of this song!
However, there are quite a few missing chords in the verse and chorus which give the song as a whole more character. Basically, you're missing B majors all over the place, haha :) If you listen to the song more carefully and play along, you'll see that most, if not all, of the transitions chords are 'B'.
Other than that, good job!

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