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Hey guys! Here's the chords to Jimmy's song "Forgiven and Loved"
Remember, you are FORGIVEN and you are LOVED by Jesus Christ! :]  God bless you.

Capo 5, Key of F


Verse 1:
  C                         F
Tell me I’m forgiven and loved 
           C                               F
‘Cause I hear it from the street corner priests 
        C                               F
On how God is love and how man can be clean
        C                 F 
But my joy has been on holiday 
         C                      F
And my peace has almost passed away 
  C             G          C 
Tell me I’m forgiven and free 

CHORUS:
      Am                            G/B
O I tried and tried to rectify my hopeless situation 
        Am                               G/B
But I bought the lie I still have work to do 
         Am                               G/B
Now I’m working nine to five like I can earn my own salvation 
           F                     C
But there is no condemnation in You 

Verse 2:
     G                             C      F
O whisper to me now that it’s for real 
                C                           F
‘Cause in the silence of these walls righteousness lost its appeal 
 C
Dirty deeds have done me in 
      G/B
O but that can’t stop the faithful friend 
         F                      C
Giving mercy once again as You heal 
                  G/B
Here it is I’m feeling it 

(Chorus)

Verse 2: 
      Am                           G/B
O He died, He died to rectify my hopeless situation 
          Am                        G/B
And His blood commands my guilt to leave 
         Am
Now on Calvary I stand 
         G/B
Empty pockets, open hands 
        C           F           C
O there is no condemnation for me 

(Chorus) 

Outro:
  C                          F
Child, you’re forgiven and loved 
  C                          F
Child, you’re forgiven and loved 
  C
Child, you’re forgiven 
     Dm7
And child, you are loved 
 Am              G           C
Child, you’re forgiven and loved

            
            
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greg_toth 31 Jul 13, 2009 08:05 AM

Good stuff I love this song

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LazyWritersAnon 10 Aug 03, 2011 06:01 AM

Yecchh! I waste 20 minutes rewriting these baneful triads, and THEN I get hit with 'join our network, sign in and lose your work'? Fire the guy who manages the webpage.
Anyway, there are numerous errors: Outtro is Dm, Bb7, Dm, Bb7, Dm7, C#7, C - Bb- F (original key of F).
Chorus is Dm, Bb7 , Dm, G7, Dm, B° ( that's 'B-diminished'), Csus, F. Verse 2 (the first one) follows Outtro , w/ C#7.
Repeat Chorus 2 ( labeled as 'Verse 2 again') is:
Dm, Bb7, Dm, G7, Gm, F/A, Csus-resolve F.
The build @ end of V2 is Ab, Bb, Csus.
Also, 'passed away' in V1 is Bb7, barred at 6th fret, which also allows your pinkie to mimic the string line using the 2nd string ( Ab note).
If singing about Donald Trump doesn't make me rich, why would I think that 2nd-rate writing or copying would be godly simply because I include Jesus' Name? Didn't He say NOT to take His Name in vain?
Hats off to Jimmy Needham, who doubtless has heard "Little Wing" by Hendrix, and successfully stumped 99% of the Christian music world by adding smart accidentals. Good Job!!!!!!!

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l1v1ngsacrifice 10 Jun 18, 2013 03:57 PM

if you throw in a G in between the C and the F it sounds a lot more accurate. Also, before playing the C, try hammering the second and fourth frets

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