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We Will Dance Chords

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  • Includes the correct forms of the D chord as played by David Ruis.
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            We Will Dance

D      Dsus4 D       Dsus4
Sing a song of celebration
      D   Dsus4        D
Lift up a shout of praise
For the Bridegroom will come
              D Dsus4 D
The Glorious One
     C G                      D Dsus4 D
And Oh--We will look on His Face
       C G                    D Dsus4 D
We'll go----to a much better place.
D          Dsus4      D
Dance with all your might
Dsus4         D         Dsus4     D
Lift up your hands and clap for joy
                    G                  D Dsus4 D
The time's drawing near, when He will appear
     C G                        D Dsus4 D
And oh----we will stand by His side
    C     G               A D/A A7
A strong, pure spotless bride.

D        C2            G                 D
We will dance on the streets that are golden
        D      C2             G           D
The glorious bride, and the Great Son of Man
D       C           G         D
Every tongue and tribe and nation
       C  G                    D Dsus4 D
Will join in the Song of the Lamb

(Repeat chorus)
(Repeat v.2-chorus)

D    Dsus4          D        Dsus4        D
Sing aloud for the time of rejoicing is near (echo)
      D     Dsus4     D       Dsus4      D
The risen King, our groom, is soon to appear (echo)
      D      Dsus4     D     Dsus4        D
The wedding feast to come is now near at hand (echo)
 D            Dsus4   D          Dsus4    D
Lift up your voice, proclaim the coming Lamb (echo)

2 choruses, Verse 1 to end
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jeffcj 124 Aug 04, 2016 01:11 PM

While the basic chords and chord changes are correct, the way they are shown being played is not, and sounds nothing like the way David Ruis plays it. The progression has 4 different forms of D in the first two lines (and corresponding lines thereafter), but only one after One, Face, place, etc.

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eman9871 38 Mar 29, 2017 03:19 PM

I love this song and I love this tab!

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