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Phillips Craig And Dean, Let The Worshippers Arise Chords (ver.1)

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Let The Worshippers Arise Chords (ver.1)

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                All the others were off or going in the right direction but missing a few chords. I
this sounds much better, it's not the exact key as the cd but it's close. Just don't play
to the cd cause it won't sound right.

Verse 1:
         C                G
Father I see that You are drawing
   D           Em
a line in the sand
      C                          G
And I want to be standing by Your side
 D           Em
Holding Your hand
              C     G
So Let Your Kingdom Come
      D        Em
Let it live in me
            C                 D
This is my prayer This is my plee  (2x)

Chorus
                    G
Let the Worshipers arise.....
                               Em
Let the Sons and the Daughters sing....
                   C          D
I'm surredering my all....
              G
I surrender to the King....
           (2nd time repeat as much as you like then end by letting G ring)

Verse 2:
         C               G
Father I hear it growing louder
    D             Em
The song of Your redeemed
       C                 G
As the saints of all the nations
      D          Em
Are awakening to sing
         C                    G
     D             Em
Oh hear the Heavens ring
            C                 D
This is our song a song to our King

(Chorus)

So that's the song in that key (I think that's in D) but the actual version on the cd is
B. I found that out when soloing to it but couldn't figure out all those chords. So
this song in D it sounds great this way just not the same exactly as the cd. Have fun 
this and God Bless
~J-Dog~
            
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