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Made Me Glad Chords

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Made me glad

key: D
D Dsus D         Dsus D  A Asus  A  Asus ]
I will bless the Lord forever 
 
D Dsus D     Dsus D  A  Asus  A  Asus 
I will trust Him at all times 
 
D  Dsus  D       Dsus D   A  Asus  A  Asus 
He has delivered me from all fear 
 
D  Dsus D      Dsus   D    A Asus  A  Asus 
He has  set my feet upon a rock 
 
D 
I will not be moved 
 
    Bm               E
And I`ll say of the Lord 
 
 
            A            A/C#         D         E 
You are my shield, my strength, my portion, deliverer 
 
    A              A/C#        D            E 
My shelter, strong tower, my very present help in time of need 
 
 
 
D    Dsus D    Dsus    A  Asus  A  Asus 
Whom have I in heaven but You 
 
D       Dsus D   Dsus D  A    Asus  A  Asus 
There`s none I desire besides You 
 
 
D 
You have made me glad 
    Bm               E
And I`ll say of the Lord 
 
 
            A            A/C#         D         E 
You are my shield, my strength, my portion, deliverer 
    A              A/C#        D            E 
My shelter, strong tower, my very present help in time of need 
  
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ReluctantSpider wrote on May 4 2010, 03:23 am

Key is actually A major in this chart.

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bloodymurder wrote on January 18 2013, 04:07 pm

Yes, the key is A... Easy mistake if you were taught that the first chord of a song is the key... not always true, and this song is an exception. Last chord of a song is more reliable b/c songs almost always resolve to the root.

Also, very important correction here: The first A/C# in the chorus, over the word "strength," is actually a Bm. This is another easy mistake, because the chord clearly walks up, and the next step up that's *common* would be to play the same chord (A) but step up to the third (C#, third from root of chord) on the bottom. First line in the chorus, however, they use the much less common minor third (based on third note in scale) to do the step up. It's so similar sounding to the C# step-up they do in the second half of the chorus that they almost fooled me too. But it makes a big difference when you play it right... Sounds great with the song, it'd be a shame not to play the correct chords.

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