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Taking Back chords

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submitted by @apollo.sulse

This is all by ear, but I'm pretty sure this is the right chord progression.
God bless!

PreChorus:
A                     C#m
Through Your victory, I can finally sing
E                        F#m
I'm taking back what the enemy's stolen from me

Verse:
A                F#m
Freedom has been won
C#m          E
Death is overcome
A          F#m
Victory is ours and we'll keep singin'

PreChorus

Chorus:
C#m                      A
I'm taking back what the enemy's stolen from me
E                        F#m
I'm taking back what the enemy's stolen from me

Verse
PreChorus
Chorus

            
            
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dogs12 10 Oct 31, 2012 07:22 PM

Pre-Chorus: C#m, A, E, F#m

Verse: A, C#m, B

Chorus: correct as is

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dogs12 10 Oct 31, 2012 07:25 PM

Ignore the other post these are the corrected chords. God Bless

Pre-Chorus: C#m, A, E , B!

Verse: A, C#m, B

Chorus: correct as is

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johnchandler200 10 Jun 20, 2015 08:06 PM

Looks fantastic!

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