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Barlow Girl, Surrender Chords (ver.1)

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Surrender Chords (ver.1)

Barlow Girl Tabs
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                Intro:
Am Em F

Verse 1:
Am                   Em            F                              
My hands hold safely to my dreams. Clutching tightly not one has fallen.
Am                   Em            F                                   Am
So many years I've shaped each one. Reflecting my heart, showing who I am.
                  Em         F   
Now you're asking me to show what I'm holding oh so tightly
Am                  Em             F
Can't open my hands;can't let go. Does it matter? Should I show you?
F                    G
Can't you let me go?

Chorus:
C          G         Am   G       F
Surrender, surender. You whisper gently.
C                     G                        Am
You say I will be free. I know but can't you see
       G      F   Am    G       F
My dreams are me, My dreams are me

Verse 2:
Am              Em           F                      
Say you have a plan for me and that you want the best for my life
Am                    Em          F
Told me the world has yet to see what you can do with 
                             Am                             Em 
One that's committed to your call. I know of course what I should do
   F
That I can't hold these dreams forever.
Am                 Em          F
But if I give them now to you, will you take them away forever?
F                   G
Or can I dream again?

Chorus

Break: Am G F x4*

Chorus

Ending:
Am  G   F

* For the break a guitar solo can be played. The key is Am so all naturals; it's
pretty easy.

Hope you enjoy this song and really soak up it's message and completey surrender
everything to God. Let me know what you think.
            
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