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Revelation Song Chords

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Revelation Song Chords by Phillips, Craig, and Dean, www.Ultimate-Guitar.Com 

I am not positive if PCD plays this capo on 4 but this is the right key! If you do 
not want to play 
with a capo the chord progression will be 

** F#m  C#m  Em7  Bm **

throughout the whole song! Amazing song, very powerful song when used to wordhip 
the Lord! Enjoy!

*Capo 4*

Verse 1:

 D2          Am7                    C2           G
Worthy is the Lamb who was slain. Holy, holy is He.
D2             Am7              C2                 G
Sing a new song to Him who sits on Heaven's Mercy Seat.
(Repeat Verse 1)

D2              Am7
Holy, Holy, Holy is The Lord, God Almighty. 
C2                        G
Who was and is and is to come.
D2                       Am7
With all creation I sing, "Praise to The King of Kings,
C2                         G                   D2 Am7 C2 G
You are my everything. And I will adore You".

Verse 2:
D2                  Am7
Clothed in rainbows, of living color. 
C2                            G
Flashes of lightening, rolls of thunder.
D2                               Am7
Blessing and honor, strength and glory and power be,
C2                    G
To You, the only wise King.

Verse 3: 
D2                  Am7
Filled with wonder, awestruck wonder,
C2                     G
At the mention of Your Name.
D2                        Am7
Jesus, Your Name is power, breath and living water.
C2                   G
Such a marvelous mystery.
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KMBroom wrote on August 15 2009, 04:19 am

I'm pretty sure the only minor chord is the C#m for the uncapo'd version. So it would be F# C#m E B

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I<3Music321 wrote on May 29 2012, 04:10 pm

I think the D2 chord should just be a normal D but that just might be me and my voice. :)

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pimark69 wrote on November 7 2012, 10:53 am

D2. Where do you guys come up with these chords?

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