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Here With Me Chords

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Song: Here With Me
Artist: MercyMe

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Chords Used:
    B   F#m   A    E   Dsus2   Asus2    C#m

Intro:  B - F#m - A - E 

   B                F#m
I long for your embrace
A              E
Every single day
   B                  F#m
To meet You in this place
    A                E
And see You face to face
            B    F#m
Will You show me
    A                E
Reveal Yourself to me
                  B     F#m
Because of Your mercy
     A             E
I fall down on my knees

                 B                 F#m
I can feel Your presence here with me
              A                  E
Suddenly I'm lost within Your beauty
                 B                 F#m
Caught up in the wonder of Your touch
              A             E
Here in this moment I surrender to Your love

Break:  B - F#m - A - E

2nd Verse:
       B            F#m
You're everywhere I go
A           E
I am not alone
     B               F#m
You call me as Your own
   A                 E
To know You and be known
         B     F#m
You are holy
        A               E
And I fall down on my knees

Repeat Chorus

Dsus2     Asus2           E
    I surrender to Your grace
Dsus2     Asus2        C#m              Dsus2
    I surrender to the One who took my place

Repeat Chorus:  (2x)
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huixian wrote on September 14 2005, 12:00 am

hello.. i play F# instead of F#m. but i dunno..

anyway, thanx for tabbing this out! i love this song. (: thanx!!

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guitarman1103 wrote on November 27 2006, 11:01 am

Hey man this is a good song. The only change I suggest (just a suggestion) instead of F#m make it A2 and just stay on A2 for the F#m and A trust me...It feels like you wanna change cords but it sounds good! But the rest is right on man!!!

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axisallareas wrote on January 6 2007, 01:39 am

A good tad of this song. I would suggest using a capo on the second fret and using A Em G D chords. That would be easier for newbies. Still a great tab thanks!

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