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In The Presence Of The Lord Tabs (ver.1)

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In The Presence Of The Lord Tabs (ver.1)

Blind Faith
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CHRD: In the Presence of the Lord (Blind Faith) from their 1969 album "Blind Faith" on Polydor. written by Eric Clapton

My brother called me from out west and wanted to know if I could get
him the chords for Blind Faith's "In the Presence of the Lord".
Checking the usual internet resourses, I could only find a lyric
sheet.  Rather than post a REQ on this n.g. I thought I would attempt
my own interpretation and begin to pay y'all back for some of the
tunes I have been able to lift from here.   Keep in mind that a note
for note on this would be tough,  the origional record arrangement is
all keyboards and wierded out guitar,  but it does sound good just
strumming my Alvarez box job.  Is it accurate?  You tell me.  Please
post any suggestions.  Thanks to the origional lyric poster, Amar.  



"In the Presence of the Lord"   (E. Clapton)


 INTRO: C  F  Am7  Dm  (twice)

   C        G             Am          Am  G  F
   I have finally found a way to live,

   F           G           C      C  F  Am7  Dm
   Just like I never could before.

   C              G                 Am     Am  G  F 
   I know that I don't have much to give,

   F         C          G   Em G Am
   But I can open any door.


   Am                  F       Em G Am
   Everybody knows the secret,

   Am                  Dm    G
   Everybody knows the score.

R:

   C                    G      Am    Am G F   
   I've finally found a way to live,

   F       G              C     F  Am7 Dm C
   In the presence of the lord.


   I've finally found a place to live,
   Just like I never could before.
   And I know that I don't have much to give,
   But soon I'll open any door.

R:

   I have finally found a place to live,
   In the presence of the Lord



   GUITAR SOLO



   repeat part 1.

R:
            
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