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David Fellingham - We Are Your Peoplebuild Your Church chords

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Good day people of UG!

This is the one of David Fellingham's song called "We are your people(Build your church)".

I was just surfing internet and found this song and I really liked it.

Hope you like this song as well.

(capo on a 1st fret)

E           F#m7
we are your people
B7                     Emaj7
who are called by your name
we call upon you now
B7             Emaj7
to declare your fame
                 A          F#m
in this nation of darkness
                      E       C#m
you've called us to be light
      F#m           B7                  E
as we seek your face, Lord stir up your might

E          G#m
build your church
    C#m       A Am
and heal this land
E        F#m C#m F#m F#7 Bsus4 B7
let your kingdom         come
E          G#m
build your church
    C#m       A Am
and heal this land
E   F#m  B7      E
let your will be done

Here are the chords. Enjoy the song and if there is any correction for this tab, please 
leave me a comment! Thank you and God bless! :)

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