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Waterdeep, Those Who Trust Psalm 15 Chords (ver.1)

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Those Who Trust Psalm 15 Chords (ver.1)

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Those Who Trust (Psalm 125)

Standard Tuning- EADGBe

The chords in the chorus are marked with asterisks (*). These chords are played as follows:
  Em7   B7    C     G
e-0-----3-----0-----3-|
B-3-----0-----1-----0-|
G-0-----2-----0-----0-|
D-2-----1-----2-----0-|
A-2-----2-----3-----2-|
E-0-----------------3-|

All the other chords are played as follows (these are all barre chords):
  Em7add9   B7    Am
e---10------7-----5-|
B---8-------7-----5-|
G---7-------8-----5-|
D---9-------7-----7-|
A---7-------9-----7-|
E---0-------7-----5-|

VERSES:
Em7add9
Those who trust in the Lord
B7
Are a strong mountain
Am              B7       Em7add9
They will not - not be moved

Em7add9
Those who trust in the Lord
B7
Are as Mount Zion
Am              B7       Em7add9
They will not - not be moved

Em7add9
Christ the King, He sets my feet
B7
On a firm foundation
Am              B7       Em7add9
They will not - not be moved

CHORUS:
            C*                B7*
Though the world moves like mad
               Em7*
You alone are faithful
       G*             C*        B7*
Jesus, you, you will not be changed

The rhythms in this song are not hard, but because it's got such a funky muted strum
going on, it's simply annoying to tab out. If you are at all familiar with the song,
the rhythm and chord changes should come easily to you. Feedback and corrections are 
welcome. Have fun with this one!

~ Jaquito
            
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