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Dry Bones chords

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-The tuning is most likely in D, which would justify the ease of playing these 
chords.  Feel free to play this in standard tuning apart from the track, or use 
the transposition feature above to stay in standard tuning but play along with the track.  
-If the chord does not have a 'm' next to it (eg. Em vs. E) it /is not/ minor, it is major.
-Key: Em (most of the time :)
-The | is a measure marker
-X means no chord
-I can't guarantee that these are 100% correct (eg. inversions of certain chords, 
bridge) but it should give you a starting point

Em            B/D#
My soul cries out
   Em         C       Am
My soul cries out for You

      Em        B/D#
These bones cry out
      Em        C       Am
These dry bones cry for You
            F
To live and move
            Em
'Cause Only You
              Dm
Can raise the dead
              C    B
Could Lift my head up

Em            B/D#
My soul cries out
   Em         C       Am
My soul cries out for You

Em                        C
Jesus, You're the one who saves us
              G                      Bm
Constantly creates us into something new
Em                    C
Jesus surely you will find us
               G                       Bm
Surely our Messiah will make all things new
B/D#                 Em
Will make all things new

Em            B/D#
My soul cries out
   Em         C       Am
My soul cries out for You

      Em        B/D#
These bones cry out
      Em        C       Am
These dry bones cry for You
            F
To live and move
            Em
'Cause Only You
              Dm
Can raise the dead
              C    B
Could Lift my head up

Em                        C
Jesus, You're the one who saves us
              G                      Bm   B/D#
Constantly creates us into something new
Em                    C
Jesus surely you will find us
               G                       Bm
Surely our Messiah will make all things new
B/D#                 Em
Will make all things new

Em | C | G | Bm B/D# | Em Am/E | E Am/E

E          Am/E  E
Life is breaking out
      Am/E  E    Am/E
Is breaking out

E          Am/E  E
Life is breaking out
      Am/E  E    Am/E
Is breaking out
     Am/E   C#m  D
Is breaking out

E Am/E | E Am/E | E Am/E | C#m D 

E      Am/E               F
Jesus, You're the one who saves us
              C         
Constantly creates us
              B    B/D#
into something new
Em                    C
Jesus surely you will find us
               G                        Bm
Surely our Messiah will make all things new
B/D#            X
Will make all things new

            
            
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Apollo65 189 Dec 11, 2011 01:49 PM

you should make continuity in your chord markings. If it's a major chord, leave it unmarked as one letter (E) don't complicate and confuse by marking some of them with a "m" and others without an "m" or "M". Other than that confusion, it's basically accurate

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linux2647 53 Mar 17, 2014 02:33 PM

@Apollo65 that's the thing, though: the song doesn't stick to one particular key: it moves around. That, and it is based in a minor key, so sometimes it will play a v chord, then a V chord (using roman numeral chord designations).

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