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The Lords Prayer Chords

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The Lord's Prayer
Shane and Shane

The strumming pattern on this song is different from most songs.. In the intro and the verse, 
the guitar strums first the middle strings of the chord and then the high string. This goes for
all Am's, Dm's, and all G's in the intro and verse. The G chord is a little different different 
still. Follow the G riff for the second part of the G chord. Listen to the song to find it.

Also, there are variations of the F and the C chords. I am trying to figure those out right now.. 
I will edit when I get them down.


Capo 1


Am Riff
e:|-0--------------------|
B:|-1---0----------------|
G:|-2------2--0----------|
D:|-2------------3--2--0-|
A:|-0--------------------|
E:|----------------------|

G Riff
e:|-3-----|
B:|-----3-|
G:|-------|
D:|---0---|
A:|-------|
E:|-------|


[Intro]
Am Riff
Dm Am G


[Verse 1]
F    G         Am Riff       Dm
Our Father who art in heaven
Am           G
Hallowed be Thy Name
F     G          Am Riff      Dm
Thy kingdom, Thy kingdom come
Am          G
Thy will be done
F             G       C     F
On earth as it is in heaven
F              G      C          F
On earth as it is in heavenn-nnn-nnn


[Chorus]
G          F   
All Yours-ors-ors
G         F     
it is all yours-ors-ors
Am/C   G       F
is the kingdom
G        F
the power
G        
the glory
C      F
forever


[Bridge](Same as intro)

Am Riff 
Dm Am G


[Verse 2]
same as 1st verse


[Chorus]x2


[Outro]
Am Riff
End on Dm 
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