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Here I Am Chords

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chords used::
              E    Eb  C#  B   A
             -0-  -0- -0- -0- -0-
             -0-  -0- -0- -0- -0-
             -9-  -8- -6- -4- -2-
             -9-  -9- -6- -4- -2-
             -7-  -7- -4- -2- -0-
             -x-  -x- -x- -x- -0-


intro: E, Eb, C#, B, A, B.



Verse: 
E       Eb        C#               B                A
  Lay myself at your feet, ask in you, oh wont you meet. oh wont you meet 
B   A                      B    A                     B
me.   I cant undo it on my own.   i can undo it all alone.



Chorus: 
E         Eb       C#             B         A                   B
   Here i am unto night, with my arms open wide. wont you come inside. 


Repeat Verse. (with background vocals from here on.) 

Repeat Chorus.


Bridge: 
A                                     B
  Wont you come inside God. Come and fill this heart of mine, Im in need of 
              A                                          B         A
you; of your touch(touch), of your life(life), of your love(love).  i need 
                       B 
you(oh i need you), oh i need you (oh i need you).


Outro:
E       Eb        C#               B                A    
  Lay myself at your feet, ask in you, oh wont you meet. please wont you 
B              A 
meet me God tonight.

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Nick4395 wrote on February 18 2008, 09:16 pm

Excellent job

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trward07 wrote on March 30 2009, 08:21 pm

Hey, this is a great tab. Just one thing to comment on. The fingering is right for that second chord, but it is not an Eb chord. You are just dropping the E natural to a D# which makes the chord an E major 7 chord since D# is the 7th scale degree of the E major scale.

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froggygohoppy wrote on July 17 2009, 03:16 pm

wrong words, but excellent chords. good job, you can easily figure out the words.

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