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Sweetly Broken chords

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Chords Used:
B, F#sus, G#m, E, and C#m

SWEETLY BROKEN
JEREMY RIDDLE

Intro:
 B   F#sus   G#m   E

Verse 1:
		     B			  F#sus
To the cross I look, to the cross I cling
			   G#m		      E
Of it’s suffering I do drink, of it’s work I do sing
	             B			         F#sus
For on it my Savior, both bruised and crushed
			  G#m		        E
Showed that God is love and God is just

Chorus

B	
    At the cross You beckon me
G#m
    You draw me gently to my knees and I am
F#sus
     Lost for words, so lost in love, I’m 
E					 	 
     Sweetly broken, wholly surrendered

  
   (Interlude)   B  G#m  F#sus  E


Verse 2:
		          B	             F#sus
What a priceless gift, undeserved life
		  G#m		                     E
Have I been given through Christ crucified
	           	      B	  		    F#sus
You called me out of death, You call into life
		                 G#m	    	 	                      E
And I was under Your wrath, now through the cross I reconcile

Bridge:

C#m				     E
     In awe of the cross I must confess
C#m							      
     How wondrous Your redeeming love 
       	     E	                       F#sus
     And how great is Your faithfulness     **(To Chorus…quiet)

            
            
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matt6v34 10 Nov 10, 2008 06:35 PM

after listening to this song several times I'm convinced they are playing this Capo 4 (standard tuning) with G, D, Em, and C. Chords and key are right, but it sounds like thats how its being played, or you'd hear more sliding and a lot of "open" sound that you just don't hear. Just my 2 cents.

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zeprider25 51 Nov 11, 2008 03:49 AM

capo 4 seems to sound a lot more cleaner then no capo. For the C#m play Am. :-)

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bull227 10 Jul 26, 2009 05:52 PM

If I played it right with G, D, Em, and C substituting for B,F#,G#m,and E respectively, it sounds a little higher but sweeter. The studio version sounds a little more raw.

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