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Leaning On The Everlasting Arms Chords

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Leaning On The Everlasting Arms
Written by: Elisha A. Hoffman and Anthony J. Showalter
Tabbed By: Xaxu
Tuning: Standard

I take no credit for this tab. I could not find the 
one who made this tab, credit goes to them.

Info: Key of Ab play chords as if in the key of G. 
Capo: 1



VERSE 1

G                    C
What a fel-low-ship, what a joy di-vine,

G                              D
Lean-ing on the ev-er-last-ing arms,

G                     C
What a bless-ed-ness, what a peace is mine,

G                          D   G
Lean-ing on the ev-er-last-ing arms.

 

CHORUS

G         C         G                           D
Lean-ing, lean-ing, Safe and se-cure from all a-larms,

G         C         G                          D   G
Lean-ing, lean-ing, lean-ing on the ev-er-last-ing arms.


 
VERSE 2

G                     C
Oh, how sweet to walk in this pil-grim way,

G                              D
Lean-ing on the ev-er-last-ing arms,

G                       C
Oh, how bright the path grows from day to day,

G                          D   G
Lean-ing on the ev-er-last-ing arms.

 

VERSE 3

G                     C
What have I to dread, what have I to fear,

G                              D
Lean-ing on the ev-er-last-ing arms?

G                     C          
I have bless-ed peace with my Lord so near,

G                          D   G
Lean-ing on the ev-er-last-ing arms.
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Jacob Breeze wrote on February 6 2013, 10:31 pm

I think it should be capo on II fret rather than I... maybe that's just the way my church sings it...

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amarrison wrote on June 21 2013, 03:59 pm

this song sounds great if you just play the bar cord without a capo at Ab or 4th fret.

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amarrison wrote on June 21 2013, 04:04 pm

Or G# C# G# D# Bar Chords

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