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All Because Of Jesus Chords

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5th fret
Artist: Steve Fee
Title: All Because of Jesus
by made.to.worship
Capo 5

F: X33010

Intro: C G C G C Em Dsus D

Verse 1:
C 			G
Giver of every breath I breathe
	   C	      G
Author of all eternity
	   C	       Em
Giver of every perfect thing
	      Dsus D	
to you be the glory

Verse 2:
C			G
Maker of heaven and of earth
	   C		   G
no one can comprehend your worth
	   C	     Em
King over all the universe
	       Dsus D
to you be the glory

Em	     G/B		 C
I am alive because I'm alive in You

G		    Am7	      C
It's all because of Jesus I'm alive
G		    Am7             C
it's all because the blood of Jesus Christ
F		    C 			  G
that covers me and raised this dead man's life
F		    C		    C G C G C Em Dsus
it's all because of Jesus I'm alive

(Verse 1)
(Verse 2)
(Chorus: ends on "it's all because of Jesus")

C 	      D   	 Em
Every sunrise sings Your praise
C	      D		    Am
the universe cries out your praise
C		    D	   Em
I'm singing freedom all my days
C	     D
now that I'm alive

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daughterofaking 32 wrote on June 11 2008, 10:39 pm

Hey, it sounds great, but do you have any idea how to strum it? I can't figure it out by listening to the song, 'cause they do it too fast.

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made.to.worship 77 wrote on June 16 2008, 09:10 pm

Well I actually play it on acoustic guitar, but here's the way I strum it.
(starting from the beginning. d=down stroke, u=up stroke)
d d u d u

right when you're doing that last "up", you would be switching to the next chord. this is the same pattern throughout the whole song.

I don't know how experienced you are and such, so I hope this helps!

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guitarcave 591 wrote on January 6 2009, 09:37 pm

your F chord is a version of c .. It's called cadd11

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