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Amy Grant - Out In The Open Chords

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Out In The Open Chords

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Amy Grant

This is one of my favorite songs out of all
Amy has ever recorded.

**Capo 2** (or see below for no capo chords)

Intro: G

Verse 1:
               G
They were the sweetest words I'd ever heard
    C
My heart could barely take it in
     Em
Like water offered to the lips
C
Of a tired and thirsty man
              G
Cause it's a tangled web I've woven
   C
I don't know all the reasons
        Em
But it amazes me to wake up
         C
To Your mercy every morning


Pre-Chorus:
        D
So I'm standing here and spinning 'round
C                  G
In the fields of freedom
         D
And I'm still alive and reaching out
    C               D
And I can feel the healing


Chorus:

(Cause you say...)
G                G9       G               G9
Come on out come on out, come on out come on out
Em         C
Out in the open
G                G9       G               G9
Come on out come on out, come on out come on out
Em        C
Into the light
D                  C           Em --(G in chorus 2&3)
There is no jury, there is no judge
D
Ready and waiting
                     G
Are the steady arms of love 


Verse 2:
For the sake of never making waves I
Kept my secrets to myself
And no one ever really knew the
Darker shadows of my heart
But I will be a witness
That there's nothing in me dark enough
The power of forgiveness
Cannot rescue from the deep


REPEAT PRE-CHORUS

REPEAT CHORUS


Instrumental: (same chords as 1st have of chorus)

G   G9   G   G9   Em   C (x2)  C


REPEAT PRE-CHORUS

REPEAT CHORUS (x2)


Chords:
C   =   x32010
D   =   xx0232
Em  =   022000
G   =   320003  
G9  =   300203

To play with no capo play these chords instead:

C ----> D  (xx0232)
D       E  (022100)
Em      F#m(244222)
G       A  (x02220)
G9      A9 (x02200)   
            
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