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Hark The Herald Angels Sing Chords

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Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Standard Tuning

[Intro]
F#   G#m7   F#/A#   B2

[Verse 1]
F# (2 measures)
D#m7              B2
Hark the herald angels sing 
F#/A#  B      C#      F#
Glory  to the newborn King!
D#m7                 B2
Peace on earth and mercy mild
C#sus             C#
God and sinners reconciled
D#m7     B2     F#/A#          C#
Joyful, all ye nations rise
D#m7      B2      F#/A#  C#
Join the triumph of the skies
B                  F#/A#   B
With the angelic host proclaim:
C#sus               F#/A#
Christ is born in Bethlehem
B          C#     D#m7
Hark! The herald angels sing
F#/A#  B      C#
Glory  to the newborn King!


[Verse 2]
D#m7                B2
Christ by highest heav'n adored 
F#/A#      B   C#      F#
Christ the everlasting Lord!
D#m7                B2
Light and life to all He brings
C#sus                C#
Ris'n with healing in His wings
D#m7     B2       F#/A#  C#
Mild He lays His glory  by
D#m7       B2     F#/A#    C#
Born that man no more may die
B                   F#/A#   B
Born to raise the sons of earth
C#sus               F#/A#
Born to give them second birth
B          C#     D#m7
Hark! The herald angels sing
F#/A#  B      C#
Glory  to the newborn King!



[Solo]
F#   C#/F   F#/A#   B2

[Bridge]
F# (2 measures)
F#                G#m7         
Glory to the King       
F#/A#            B2
Glory to the King, yeah!


Have fun!
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VigilantSteve 66 May 15, 2014 12:59 PM

This chord sheet was made so that you can play along to the recording with a guitar in standard tuning. That being said, I believe the song was actually recorded with the guitars tuned 1/2 step down. If you'd rather play it with a guitar tuned 1/2 step down (which is easier) you could just transpose the chord sheet so that you play it in G.

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