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My Help Comes From The Lord chords

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Intro: E B C#m A
Capo 2

Verse 1: 
     E                B          A
When sorrows come and hope seems gone
                  B    A
You're the rock I rest upon
     E               B        A
When waters rise and I can't breathe
                     B       A
You're the love that rescues me

A                     B
Out of the darkness I lift up my eyes
A                B
Unto the hills I feel my faith rise

E                B
Maker of heaven, giver of life
C#m                    A
You are my strength my song in the night 
   E                 B              A
My refuge my shelter Now and forevermore
My help comes from the Lord

Verse 2:
E               B          A
When I'm broken scarred by sin
                   B    A
Death gives way to life again
E             B      A
When I suffer when I doubt
                   B       A
In you I'm free in you I'm found


2nd Chorus: 
E                B
Maker of heaven, giver of life
C#m                 A
You are my strength
You're my refuge
B              A
Now and forevermore...

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toedoc 10 Jul 04, 2010 08:30 PM

Great job with the tabs. Do you know how to play the interlude after the 2nd verse?

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timothy1643 218 Jul 05, 2010 06:17 AM

I'm not sure I know exactly what your talking about, but if my guess is right it should be E B C#m A.

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toedoc 10 Jul 07, 2010 06:20 PM

No, there's an interlude where he sort of progresses up the neck a bit. It's a really nice transition. Listen to it at this link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZ20vt0kq4c&feature=related
Let me know what you think. Thanks.

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