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Mark Robin, Days Of Elijah Chords (ver.1)

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Days Of Elijah Chords (ver.1)

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                Song  : Days Of Elijah

this one was done wrong so i thought i would fix it


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F#m 244222   

A                     D
These are the days of Elijah,
A             E           A
Declaring the Word of the Lord.
A                            D                A          E       A
And these are the days of your servant Moses, Rightousness being restored.
C#m                           F#m
And though these are days of great trials,
D                          E
Of famine and darkness and sword.
A                             D
Still we are the voice in the desert crying,
A             E           A
Prepare ye the way of the lord!


Esus4   E  A                    D              
Behold He comes, riding on the clouds,
                 A                   E
Shining like the sun, at the trumpet call,
Esus4 E  A                            D 
So lift your voice its the year of Jubilee,
           A              E      A
and out of Zion's hill Salvation comes!


A                     D
These are the days of Ezekiel,
A             E           A
The dry bones becoming as flesh.
A                            D               
And these are the days of your servent David,
 A             E         A
rebuilding the temple of praise.
C#m                           F#m
And though these are days of the harvest,
D                                 E
O the fields are as white in your world.
A                        D
And we are the laborers in your vinyard,
A             E           A
Declaring the Word of the Lord!


Chorus


Closing Bridge:
A 
There no God like Jehovah
            
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