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Take My Hand Chords

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This is the way I play it at my church and it sounds really good. It's the same 
chord progression throughout the whole song and you can change the speed and strum 
pattern to make it sound however you want.

CAPO 3

INTRO: Am, Em7, C, G  x2

CHORUS:
Am
Take my hand to the promise land
      
       Em7
And on You I want to stand
         
         C                  G
‘Cause I cannot do it on my own

Am
You're what I need and I need to be
      
      Em7
Right by Your side ‘cause I cannot hide

      C                  G
Lord, I know that I need You

Am                      Em7                     C          G
Na na na na na na na na Na na na na na na na na Na, I need You

Am                      Em7                     C          G
Na na na na na na na na Na na na na na na na na Na

VERSE 1:
Am
Without You I'm so alone

Em7
I am weak but You are strong

    C                           G
You pick me up when I'm falling down


And I am crying

Am
Out to You inside of my heart

  Em7
I need You, Lord, oh so, for the part

  C                   G
I want You to have my life, Jesus

CHORUS

VERSE 2:
(single strum)
  Am
I fall to my knees

        Em7                      C
And I'm begging You, please, oh, Lord

          G
Won't You change me, make me

Am                  Em7
New from the inside out

          C
I want to shout out Your name (And I'm cryin')

CHORUS

Verse 3:
Am  Em7    C    G
I   need   You (I need You)

Am  Em7    C    G
I   need   You (I need You)

CHORUS

OUTRO: Am, Em7, C, G x2
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rockyraccoon06 10 Oct 26, 2009 01:44 AM

Try adding a F#/D after the G. I think it sounds really good that way. Good job.

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