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Show Me Your Glory chords

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Tuning: Standard (EADGBe)

Key of D

If you transpose this but don't know how to play the add9 or 6 chord, try looking 
it up at http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/ !

The Gadd9 can be difficult to play. If you can't work it out, try playing 
[3x023-]. It's pretty much the same chord except it's a lot easier to play. Also, 
if you don't feel like playing the Dmaj7/F#, a simple D/F# chord suffices just 
fine as well. Or go back and forth by using your pinky on the B string like I do. :)

Chords Used: (only useful if you don't transpose)
     A   Bm   D   Dmaj7/F#   Em7   G   Gadd9
e|---0---2----2---------------0----3---------|
B|---2---3----3------2--------3----3-----3---|
G|---2---4----2------2--------0----0-----2---|
D|---2---4----0------0--------0----0-----0---|
A|---0---2-----------0--------2----2-----2---|
E|-------------------2--------0----3-----3---|

[Intro]
Bm - Gadd9

[Verse 1]
                Bm   Gadd9           Bm   Gadd9
I see the cloud,           I step in
Bm                 A                  Em7
I want to see your glory as Moses did
                 Bm   Gadd9                  Bm   Gadd9
Flashes of light,           rolls of thunder


[Pre-Chorus]
                Dmaj7/F#   G                 Dmaj7/F#   G
I'm not afraid,               I'm not afraid


[Chorus]
               D    A                Bm   G
Show me your glory,   show me your glory
               D    A                Bm   G
Show me your glory,   show me your glory


[Verse 2]
                        Bm   Gadd9                   Bm    Gadd9
I'm awed by your beauty,           lost in your eyes
Bm                     A                       Em7
I want to walk in your presence like Jesus did
                        Bm   Gadd9                     Bm   Gadd9
Your glory surrounds me            and I'm overwhelmed


[Bridge]
          D                       A
I long to look on the face of the one that I love
        Bm                       G
Long to stay in your presence is where I belong


                D   A            Bm   G
I see the cloud        I step in
                D   A               Bm   G
I see the cloud        and I run in


Weird chords, I know, but still a great song. God bless. :)

            
            
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JoS88 10 Apr 11, 2012 08:16 AM

Awesome job. Just a couple things

I think the G6's should actually be Em's
The F#/A's should probably be D/F#'s
and lastly, the A's in the verses should be D/F#'s

These chords seem to flow a little better and mesh with the voicing, in my opinion.

Aweseome job though man. Thanks for taking the time to make this out

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izak.atak 768 Dec 17, 2012 06:15 PM

Sorry it took so long to get back to you on this:

You're right on the Em's. I listened a little closer--they should be Em7's actually because of the definite D in them.

You're also mostly right on the D/F#'s. I didn't know how to label them because the guitarist regularly hits a C# note, but your suggestion sounds better than mine. I'm labeling it as a Dmaj7/F# to include the C#.

I think I'm going to keep the A's in the verses. Those are for sure right according to the song, and the D/F# sounds a little awkward to me there.

I really appreciate the helpful suggestions! Just submitted the changes, you should see them soon. Really great stuff.

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