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Shawn Mcdonald, Rise Chords (ver.9)

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Rise Chords (ver.9)

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This is a very good song, I looked it up hoping to find chords for it but none of
the pages really fit. I started where everyone agreed, the capo on the 3rd fret.
After I just messed around until I found what I hope is similar to the track.

Capo 3
*Note* This is not the tabbed versio it is just the basic just of chords. But to
make it sound more like the recording, you can strum the bass strings (E and maybe
A) at the begining of each chord. (except for Cadd9)Good Luck!

     D     D*     G     Cadd9      x : muted or string that is not played.

   NOTE: Even though the E and A strings aren't played during the actual chords of
D and D* you can play them for the bass notes when you have that first down beat
of a chords D, D*, and G


     D D* G Cadd9

  Yes I will rise
Out of these ashes rise
And this rubble on the ground
I will rise

      D            D*
Cause He Who is in me
   G                   Cadd9
Is greater than I will ever be
And I will rise

 D                            D*
Sometimes my heart is on the ground
    G       Cadd9          D
And hope is nowhere to be found
 D                       D*
Love is a figment I once knew
          G          Cadd9          D
And yet I hold on to what I know is true


(Same as "sometimes my heart...")
Well I keep on coming to this place
That I don't know quite how to face
So I lay down my life in hopes to die
That somehow I might rise

*CHORUS once more*

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