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God Of Wonders chords

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[Intro]

Asus9 Em7 C (x2)


[Verse 1]

Asus9 Em7            C
      Lord of all creations
Asus9    Em7            C
      Of water earth and sky
Asus9             Em7           C
      The Heavens are Your tabernacle
Asus9       Em7            C       
      Glory to the Lord on high


[Chorus]
 
G                             D (Hammer on to Dsus and hammer off to D)
God of wonders beyond our galaxy
         Em7   C
You are holy, holy
       G                           D (Hammer on to Dsus and hammer off to D)
The universe declares Your majesty
            Em7   C
You are holy, holy
C/F#    C/F# slide two frets    C/F#
Lord of Heaven               and earth (echo)
C/F#    C/F# slide two frets    C/F#
Lord of Heaven               and earth (echo)


[Interlude]

Asus9  Em7 C (x2)


[Verse 2]

Asus9 Em7          C
      Early in the morning

Asus9        Em7           C
      I will celebrate the light

Asus9        Em7            C
      When I stumble in the darkness

Asus9        Em7               C
      I will call Your name by night


[Chorus]
 
G                             D (Hammer on to Dsus and hammer off to D)
God of wonders beyond our galaxy
         Em7   C
You are holy, holy
       G                           D (Hammer on to Dsus and hammer off to D)
The universe declares Your majesty
            Em7   C
You are holy, holy
C/F#    C/F# slide two frets    C/F#
Lord of Heaven               and earth (echo)
C/F#    C/F# slide two frets    C/F#
Lord of Heaven               and earth (echo)


[Bridge]

Asus9      Em7           C
      Hallelujah, to the Lord of Heaven and earth
Asus9      Em7           C
      Hallelujah, to the Lord of Heaven and earth
Asus9      Em7           C
      Hallelujah, to the Lord of Heaven and earth


[Chorus]

(without singing)


[Outro/Chorus]
 
G                             D (Hammer on to Dsus and hammer off to D)
God of wonders beyond our galaxy
         Em7   C
You are holy, holy
G                                   D
Precious Lord, reveal your heart to me
        Em7    C
Father, holy, holy
       G                           D (Hammer on to Dsus and hammer off to D)
The universe declares Your majesty
            Em7   C
You are holy, holy, holy, holy


Asus9      Em7           C
      Hallelujah, to the Lord of Heaven and earth
Asus9      Em7           C
      Hallelujah, to the Lord of Heaven and earth
Asus9      Em7           C
      Hallelujah, to the Lord of Heaven and earth

            
            
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Julian K 82 Jan 18, 2006 04:07 PM

great tab this is very ggood great job

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climbingfanatic 10 Mar 30, 2006 12:07 PM

Great song- The name of that chord is Em4/7. I looked it up on my D'Accord Chord Dictionary. Good Stuff Great Job

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indiglopulse 83 Nov 14, 2006 03:09 PM

great tab- 5 *'s.

I would say that chord sounds more like a weirdly inverted D
A-D-F#-G-D-E is
5-1-3-4-1-2 in a D scale, whereas it's a
4-7-2-3-7-1 on an Em scale.

The Em4/7 makes sense... but the 7 is HIGHER than the 4, so it doesn't make sense that it would be considered something with a 7 in the bass. D sounds more accurate because it's what the dominant note is (there are 2 D's in the chord). It's a pretty moot point, i'd just think the chord resolves more towards a D than the Em. Whatever. Great tab.

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