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I Can Only Imagine Chords

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Difficulty
intermediate
Chords(EADGBe)
E5(1)(079900)
A2(1)(X09900)
A2(2)(002200)
Bsus(X24400)
E5(2)(022400) or E(022100)
E9addB(009907)

Intro: E5(1) A2(1) E5(1) E9addB

          E5(1)
I can only imagine
What it will be like
A2(1)
When I walk
By your side

          E5(1)
I can only imagine
What my eyes will see
A2(1)
When your face
Is before me
          E5(1)
I can only imagine
                  E9addb
I can only imagine

[Chorus]
 A2(2)                    Bsus
[Surrounded by Your glory, what will my heart feel
E5(2)
Will I dance for you Jesus or in awe of you be still
A2(2)                        Bsus
Will I stand in your presence or to my knees will I fall
E5(2)                  A2
Will I sing hallelujah, will I be able to speak at all
         E5(2)
I can only imagine]

I can only imagine

          E5(1)
I can only imagine
When that day comes
A2(1)
When I find myself
Standing in the Son

         E5(1)
I can only imagine
When all I will do
A2(1)
Is forever
Forever worship You
         E5(1)
I can only imagine

                  E9addB
I can only imagine

Chorus
E5(1)
I can only imagine

         E5(1)
I can only imagine
When all I will do
A2(1)
Is forever, forever worship You

         E5(1)    E9addB
I can only imagine
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KG6_Steven 1,108 wrote on April 1 2013, 09:46 am

Some of your chord choices are a little off. I've been playing this one on guitar for quite awhile and recently bought the sheet music for playing it on the piano. I'm going to be playing this one in church in a couple of weeks. The E5 chord isn't right. Actually, there are no power chords in the song at all. The A2 is the right idea, but it should really be an Asus2. Also, the E9AddB isn't right. The B is already in an E chord, since it's the V. Technically, it would be more correct to say E9Add5, but again - why add something that's already in the chord? It's usually used to add something out of sequence. For example, in your E9, it would be assumed that the b7 and 9 would both be included. Let's say we didn't want the b7, but we wanted the E major triad and the 9 - we'd specify Eadd9. Next, there isn't any Bsus in the song. Finally, you're missing the C#m in the final part of the song. This chord is important, because it sets up the ending of the song.

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CamaroIII 10 wrote on August 10 2015, 09:53 pm

The Eadd9 should be an Emaj9 applies to verses
Good Idea with the Asus2 on the right track with that but in the original chord sheets specifies Amaj9 in verses
The B should be a B(4)

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