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this song is off of the new Passion album: Awakening. it is awesome and i hope you enjoy it

Intro: B F# G#m

Verse 1 (2Xs):
B            F#                G#m
Let love explode and bring the dead to life
C#m       G#m          
A love so bold
To see a revolution somehow.

Pre- chorus
F#                   G#m
Now I'm lost in your freedom
F#               E
This world I'll overcome.

Chorus (2Xs):  
My God is not dead he's surely alive
He's living on the inside roaring like a lion

(Intro again)

Verse 2 (2Xs):
B          F#                G#m       
Let hope arise and make the darkness hide
C#m          G#m  
My faith is dead
I need a resurrection somehow 


(Chorus 4Xs)

Bridge (5Xs...or less....they do it 5 and build up every time):
           B              F#
Let Heaven roar and fire fall
come shake the ground
with the sound of revival

(Chorus 4Xs)

Outro (same as intro): B F# G#m

if you listen david crowder sings some more in the outro so improvisation is allowed here....haha

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lilchrist 20 Mar 19, 2010 08:45 AM

This song was actually written by Daniel Bashta. Check him out. He already has the chord sheet on his site. Legit.

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KeAnTe 32 Jul 06, 2010 08:23 PM

This is a fairly minor thing, but your Abm chords should all be G#m chords. I'm going to ask you to take my word for it, because to explain the music history and music theory behind that would take a whole lot of text. A good rule of thumb, though, is that in one key there will not be both sharp notes/chords and flat notes/chords. The only time it can happen is if you're in a harmonic minor key, which, generally speaking, does not happen in contemporary Christian worship music. If a song is in a minor key, it's usually natural minor, not harmonic minor, so, again, no mixing flats and sharps.

Alternatively, you could keep your Abm, and change C#m to Dbm, F# to Gb, and E to Fb. But having a song with Abm, Gb, and Fb chords will just piss people off. =)

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pillar315 89 Oct 06, 2010 09:36 AM

Yeah KeAnTe I hate when people do that too. Alot of people don't know music theory lol

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