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Amazing Grace Chords (ver.2)

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Amazing Grace Chords (ver.2)

Il Divo
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                Hello, 
This is my first tab, I hope I did it good :)
Coen
( ... = let the chord ring)


D...    Em...      C...      Gsus4...
Amazing grace, how sweet the sound
     D...    Em...  C   Gsus4...
That saved a wretch like me
  D...     Em...     C   G    Gsus4...       
I once was lost, but now I'm  found
    Em...      C...  G...
Was blind, but now I see

       D...       Em...     C...     Gsus4...       
't Was grace that tought my heart to fear
D...      Em...    C  Gsus4... 
And grace my fears re~lieved
    D...     Em..     C...    Gsus4...
How precious did that grace appear
    D...   Em... C  Gsus4...
the hour I first be~lieved

        D...  Em...    C...      Gsus4...
Through many  dangers, toils and snares
  D...   Em  C  Gsus4...
I have already  come
     D...       Em...      C...     Gsus4...
It's grace that brought me save thus far
    D...  Em   C...    Gsus4...
and grace will lead me home

Here you have the blowpipes part,
but if you want you can play the 
chords with it as in verse 1.

 D...   Em...      C...      Gsus4...  -
Amazing grace, how sweet the sound       - 
     D...    Em     C...  Gsus4             -
That saved a wretch like  me                  - They sing this in Italian.
  D...     Em...     C...    Gsus4           -
I once was lost, but now I'm found        -
    D...   Em  C...  Gsus4...            -
was blind, but now I see              -

 D...   Em         C...      Gsus4...
Amazing grace, how sweet the sound
     D....   Em     C...  Gsus4...
That saved a wretch like  me
  D...     Em...     C       Gsus4...
I once was lost, but now I'm found
    D....      Em  C Gsus4....
Was blind, but now I see!!!
            
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