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Cornerstone Chords

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Cornerstone by Hillsong
Tuning: Standard (Capo 4th Fret)
Intro:  G   Em  C9  D


Verse 1
G
My hope is built on nothing less
C9                    D
Than Jesus' blood and righteousness
Em                    D
I dare not trust the sweetest frame
C9          D         G
But wholly trust is Jesus' name


Chorus
        C9    Em    D
Christ alone, Cornerstone
G/B       C9            Em       D
Weak made strong in the Savior's love
G           C9
Through the storm
Em    D 
He is Lord
        G
Lord of all


Verse 2
G 
When darkness seems to hide His face
C9                       D
I rest on His unchanging grace
Em                 D
In every high and stormy gale
C9              D        G
My anchor holds within the veil
C9              D        G 
My anchor holds within the veil


Bridge 
Em    C9
He is Lord
D       G
Lord of all


Verse 3
G
When He shall come with trumpet sound
C9               D
Oh may I then in Him be found
Em                      D
Dressed in His righteousness alone
C9         D            G
Faultless, stand before the throne
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TheDarknight wrote on April 18 2013, 11:20 pm

Awesome job.

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iplayforGod722 wrote on June 28 2013, 07:33 pm

I love this song! I sing it ALL the time! Thanks for posting it! I love it!!! :D

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coltonpasma123 wrote on November 14 2013, 08:16 pm

great song. easy to play also!

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