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Who You Are Chords

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Who You Are
Desperation Band
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Intro: B E A

Verse 1:
   E                  A
I won’t be satisfied
B      E                      A
I won’t be found alright
B    E     A
‘til I find,
B    E       A
Who You are

Verse 2:
B      E                               A
I’d climb every mountain
B      E                                    A
I’d travel the deepest valley
B    E   A
to find
B    E            A
Who You are

C#m          E                          A
You, You cause the lame to walk
        B                   C#m
You open lips to talk
              E                    A                         B
You’re everything and that is who You are
C#m           E                             A
You, You calm the storms at night
       B                         C#m
You turn the dark to light
             E                     A                      B
You’re everything and that is who You are

C#m           E                 A
My Savior, my Healer, Redeemer
   B                          C#m
That is who You are
                  E                  A
Creator, my Maker, my Father
     B                        C#m
That is who You are

This is what i have come up with. My worship team plays it a little bit slower than the 
it flows better that way with a guitar lead rather than keyboard. The words and chords 
not align exactly but they are close and you should be able to figure it out. The Chord 
is right though. God Bless!!! Please rate!!!!
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LeninReturns 50 Mar 03, 2009 07:59 AM

your only using the C#9 once. so i have omitted it when i plat and replaced it with a C, it still sounds great you can barely tell.

I also quit playing C# for C, the song seems to flow much better, since (when paying with a band on a acoustic) the C# is barely noticeable from a C

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bcwfootball54 1,122 Mar 03, 2009 08:05 AM

C#9 is the piano chord for the album song. As far as playing a c rather than c# the harmony doesn't fit.

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LeninReturns 50 Mar 06, 2009 02:14 PM

i did notice that bit when playing as a group the harmony not fitting, switched back to C# :) thanks!

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