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How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings Chords (ver.1)

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How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings Chords (ver.1)

Hymnal
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Info: Key of G



VERSE 1

    G       (D –G)  Am              D       G    D7 G
How love-ly are Thy dwel-lings, O E-ter-nal Lord of Hosts,

   B7      G         Em            A7              D7
My soul is long-ing, faint-ing for Thee, O liv-ing God,

         G                  D             D               G
Yea, the bird has found its home, built a nest to lay her young,

        C     (C#dim7)   G        C  G        D7       G
SO that I may find Thine al-tars, My Lord, my King, my God!

 

VERSE 2

    G       (D –G)  Am              D       G    D7 G
How love-ly are Thy dwel-lings, O E-ter-nal Lord of Hosts,

    B7        G        Em              A7             D7
For those who dwell in Thy house shall ev-er sing Thy praise,

          G             D            D7                    G
Blest and hap-py is the man, who has found his strength in Thee,

      C         (C#dim7) G    C   G        D7    G 
He is strong-er day by   day, And shall in Zi-on dwell.
 


VERSE 3

    G       (D –G)  Am              D       G    D7 G
How love-ly are Thy dwel-lings, O E-ter-nal Lord of Hosts,

     B7     G     Em         A7           D7
Give ear un-to my pray-er, O God of Is-ra-el,

      G                D               D7               G
For a day with Thee is bet-ter, than a thou-sand oth-er days,

       C     (C#dim7)   G        C  G        D7       G
O that I may find Thine al-tars, My Lord, my King, my God.
            
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