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All Who Are Weary chords

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All Who Are Weary
Matt.11:28-29
(Key of B) Capo at 4th Fret and play chords as written below
INTRO:  G   D-Dsus   C2   (2x)

G  D-Dsus  C2   G  D-Dsus    C2
Come to me      all who are weary

G  D-Dsus   C2           G     D-Dsus       C2
And heavy laden, and I will give you rest

G  D-Dsus  C2   G  D-Dsus    C2
Come to me      all who are weary

Em   D-Dsus  C2          G        D-Dsus    C2
And heavy laden, and I will give you rest

Chorus:

D  Dsus  Am7  Em   D-Dsus   C2
You will find rest for your souls

D  Dsus  Am7  Em   D-Dsus   C2   (Hold C2 for 3 measures)
You will find rest for your souls     (End with intro progression 8x)
Instrumental Break:
D   D   Am7   Am7/G
D   D   Am7   C

G      D-Dsus        C2                G  D-Dsus    C2
Take My yoke upon you, and learn from me
Em  D-Dsus   C2         C2            C2
For I am gentle, and humble in heart     (to chorus – 1.5 times)

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