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Psalm 98 Sing Unto The Lord chords

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[feel free to leave off the "over" parts of the verses if you wish: G/B = G, A/C# = A]

[Verse 1]

         Bm                     D
let the seas roar and all that fills it
         Bm                           D
let the world rejoice and all who are in it
         G/B                 
let the rivers clap their hands
         A/C#     Bm
and the mountains sing
              G
strike up the band
           A            D
come usher in Jesus the King


[Chorus]

       D
sing unto the Lord
               F#m
a new song for what He's done
           G
He's made known to us
        D       Bm  A
His salvation
        D
make a joyful noise
  F#m
O all the earth
                G
break forth in joyous song
      D  F#m  G  D
sing pra  -   -  ise


[Verse 2]

 Bm                     D
Moses and Aaron were before Him
 Bm                     D
Samuel called upon His Name
        G/B                 
and He answered them
           A/C#    Bm
through a cloud by day
                   G
what they knew by faith
            A             D
we know by Name Jesus the King


[Chorus]

       D
sing unto the Lord
               F#m
a new song for what He's done
           G
He's made known to us
        D       Bm  A
His salvation
        D
make a joyful noise
  F#m
O all the earth
                G           
break forth in joyous song            (straight into bridge)


[Bridge]
(2nd & 3rd times there is a counterpoint sung, lyrics not provided here)

      Bm          F#m
sing praise sing praise
      G           D    A
sing praise sing hallelujah
      Bm          F#m
sing praise sing praise
      G           D    A
sing praise sing hallelujah
      Bm          F#m
sing praise sing praise
      G           D    A   
sing praise sing hallelujah           (final chorus starts during "jah")


[Final Chorus]

       D
sing unto the Lord
               F#m
a new song for what He's done
           G
He's made known to us
        D       Bm  A
His salvation
        D
make a joyful noise
  F#m
O all the earth
                G   
break forth in joyous song
      D  F#m  G  D
sing pra  -   -  ise
      D  F#m  G  D
sing pra  -   -  ise
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TonyKingdad 124 Jan 11, 2017 04:30 PM, edited at 09:30 pm

As a note: you might find it easier to play capoed - we actually usually use capo 3 and play in G (i.e., a whole step down from the original key that Shane & Shane use). That's "+5" on the transpose button. :)

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