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Highly Exalted Chords

(Version #1)
Mark Robin

I updated this because I recognized that during the pre-chorus there is actually an F#m 
there instead of an A2. You can play it either way, but if you are playing in a worship 
team it should be played with an F#m chord(The correct chord).

Key of E (Major)

6/8 Timing

Chords used:

Asus2-x02200 (A2) or   A-x02220
B-x24400 (it's really a Bsus or a B power chord, but i just refer to it as a B for this
song) Alternative chord: B-x24442

That's basically all the chords to this song! This is the way I play it, because I like
the open chords/strings versus the regular A and Barred B chords. But you can play it
any way you like it!

Verse 1:
You were despised; You were rejected, Lord;
Abm                                     A2
Those who passed by even averted their gaze from the sight,
                            E       B
Such was the suffering You bore for us

Verse 2:
Led like a lamb, a lamb to the slaughter, You
Spoke not a word, but chose to be silent though
A2                                        E      B
You did no wrong, nor was deceitfulness found in You

F#m                          B
Yet by Your wounds our salvation has come,
F#m                         B                B
Yet by Your suffering our freedom is won.

Chorus:                                  (Always play through chorus twice)
     E                          Abm
For God has highly exalted Your name;
He has enthroned You on high;
                       B   B      -(you can add a suspended note in there if
Jesus, the name above all names.    you please.)

(Verse 2)






And thats it!! This is the first song I've heard from him. And it's an awesome one at
that. Thanks for looking guys! Rate if you thinks it's good or throw some ideas out!
Thanks again! Pce
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