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Revelation Song Chords

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35. Revelation Song

Dsus2            D  Am7              Am    C               G
      Worthy is the    Lamb who was slain.   Holy, holy is He.
Dsus2             D   Am7                 Am  C                 G
      Sing a new song     to Him who sits on    Heaven's Mercy Seat.
(REPEAT V1)


Chorus:
Dsus2             D   Am7                      Am
     Holy, Holy, Holy     is The Lord, God Al-mighty. 
C                           G
  Who was and is and is to come.
Dsus2                  D      Am7                         Am
     With all creation I sing,    "Praise to The King of Kings,
C                            G                   DS2-D- Am7-Am- C- G
  You are my everything. And I will adore You".

V2:
Dsus2                  D    Am7               Am
      Clothed in rain-bows,      of living co-lor. 
C                                 G
  Flashes of lightening, rolls of   thunder.
Dsus2                          D       Am7                 Am
      Blessing and honor, strength and     glory and power be,
C                        G
  To You, the only wise King.
(CHORUS)

V3: 
Dsus2                 D  Am7               Am
     Filled with won-der,    awestruck won-der,
C                        G
  At the mention of Your   Name.
Dsus2                      D    Am7                    Am
     Jesus, Your Name is power,     breath and living water.
C                   G
  Such a marvelous mystery.
(CHORUS)
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mikeguywest 85 Jul 10, 2013 12:47 PM

UG has the Dsus2 with three fingers. I just play it with two: the 2nd and 3rd finger spots. This makes the transition from the Dsus2 to D much easier, and it was the sound I wanted. It's interesting how different chord books and such show differing patterns for the same chord. Hope this tip helps. - Mike

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