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Word Of God Speak ukulele

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
My first tab post(I guess its actually a chord sheet)

Strum Pattern: 3 strums, 1 beat ea., on the A, then one strum on either
the A2 or the D, whichever you're at, then back to the A, and so on. 
That's the verses, you're on your own for the chorus.

Intro: A A2 A D A (2x)

Verse 1
A2          A              D    A
I'm finding myself at a loss for words
A2      A              D     A
And the funny thing is it's okay
    A2           A    D     A         
The last thing I need is to be heard
A2      A                  E      
But to hear what You would say

Chorus
             A   
Word of God speak
                         E
Would You pour down like rain
        F#  G                D      
Washing my eyes to see Your majesty
                 A                        E    
To be still and know that You're in this place
      F#     G   
Please let me stay and rest
            D                  A  
In Your holiness, Word of God speak

Verse 2
A2           A            D         A    
I'm finding myself in the midst of You
A2          A     D           A
Beyond the music, beyond the noise
A2            A       D       A
All that I need is to be with You
      A2                    E
And in the quiet hear Your voice

Chord sheet we figured out for our praise band.  As far as the root chords, its
pretty much correct.  On the verses, it can be played A2 A Asus A rather than A2
A D A.  I don't bother with figuring out what all the added tones are, like 2's
and 7th's, unless they're somehow vital to the song.  On the cd, the song is in
C, but that was too high for our singers so we transposed.  If you just can't
figure out how to transpose it, email me and I'll send it to you in the original
key.  I realize the chords aren't neccessarily placed exactly, but come on guys,
how hard is it really to tell when to change chords?  
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