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Blessed Be Your Name chords

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Hey! I saw a tab for this song already on here, and it sounds just fine. But
I think this way is a little easier to play and still sounds pretty good. 

*Capo 2*

A cool way to play it is palm mute, or just strum fast and downward every time,
for both of the verses and for the first time through the bridge. Then pick back
p to normal for the prechorus and chorus. I heard it done this way once and it
sounds cool.

Verse 1: 
G       D                     Em          C  
Blessed be your name, in the land that is plentiful.
      G               D            
Where streams of abundance flow.
C
Blessed be your name.
G        D                      Em            C
Blessed be your name, when I'm found in this desert place.
          G                 D
Though I walk through the wilderness.
C
Blessed be your name.


Pre-chorus:
G               D 
Every blessing you pour out I
Em             C
Turn back to praise.
G                      D
And when the darkness closes in Lord,
Em            C
Still I will say...

Chorus:
                G               D
Blessed be the name of the Lord.
                 Em     C
Blessed be your name.
                G               D
Blessed be the name of the Lord,
                 Em        C
Blessed be your glorious name. 

Verse: 2
G       D                       Em             C            
Blessed be your name, when the sun's shining down on me.
          G               D
When the world is all as it should be,
C
Blessed be your name.
G       D                     Em               C
Blessed be your name, on the road marked with suffering,
                G               D
Though there is pain in the offering,
C
Blessed be your name.

Chorus

Bridge: (x2)
     G              D
You give and take away
     Em             C
You give and take away
     G                   D
My heart will choose to say
       G                C
Lord, blessed be your name.


This is a wonderful song.    What do you guys think of the chords?
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mizzy4787 21 Feb 09, 2004 07:00 PM

i think thats its cool that you changed it, but it does sound a bit dim, the first one made it sound happy, i am not trying to be horrible, yes it is easier to play but i find the other one much better.

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lmwebb 10 Feb 27, 2004 07:00 PM

i din't think that there are many christians that look at this site, other wise these comment board will be filled up. and by the looks of it, this site is all heavy metal. another site for christian rock is www.christianguitar.org it good but it doesn't have some of the lyrics to some of the songs, you should look it up,

:-)

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Grafitti_Artist 82 Jun 24, 2004 08:00 PM

Christian guitar, doesn't have lyrics, which really bothers me, I tabbed the other version of Blessed, by Matt Redman, I addded lyrics because I can here. It's Ultimate Guitar afterall, its all kinds of guitar music, even Christian.

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