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Everyday chords

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Intro: E B G#m F# E B G#m F#
Verse 1
E		B
What to say, Lord? It's
G#m		F#
You who gave me life and I
E		B
Can't explain just how
G#m		F#
Much You mean to me now
E 			   B
That You have saved me, Lord
G#m		F#
I give all that I am to You
E		B
That everyday I could
G#m 		F#			E B G#m F# E B G#m F#

Intro: E B G#m F# E B G#m F#
Verse 1
E		B
What to say, Lord? It's
G#m		F#
You who gave me life and I
E		B
Can't explain just how
G#m		F#
Much You mean to me now
E 			   B
That You have saved me, Lord
G#m		F#
I give all that I am to You
E		B
That everyday I could
G#m 		F#			E B G#m F# E B G#m F#
Be a light that shines Your name

Instrumental: E B G#m F# E B G#m F#

Verse 2
E		B
Everyday, Lord, I'll
G#m		F#
Learn to stand upon Your word
E	      B
And I pray that I
G#m 		F#
That I might come to know You more
E		     B
That You would guide me in 
G#m 		F#
every single step I take, that
E		B
Everyday I can
G#m 		F#		E B G#m F# E B G#m F#
Be Your light unto the world

Chorus
B	      E	G#m		F#
Everyday, it's You I live for
B	      E	G#m		F#
Everyday, I'll follow after You
B	      E	G#m		F# B E G#m F#
Everyday, I'll walk with You, my Lord

Instrumental: E B G#m F# E B G#m F#

Verse 2

Chorus 2x

Bridge
B   E	       G#m	F#
It's You I live for, every	day
B   E	       G#m	F#
It's You I live for, every	day
B   E	       G#m	F# B E G#m F#
It's You I live for, every	day

Bridge

Chorus 2x (End)

Note It might be easier if you use a capo on the 2nd fret and tranpose it down to 
the key of D. Or even capo on the 4th fret and transpose it down to the key of C. 
Then it'll be easier to play.

Strumming pattern: the first chord is Down, down. The second chord is up down up 
down, down. It continues in the pattern throughtout
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