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Matt Maher - Resurrection Day Ukulele

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Resurrection Day Ukulele

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Matt Maher
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                Resurrection Day - Matt Maher

Intro: G  C  G  C

Verse 1:
G
It's the weight of your glory; brings the proud to their knees.
G
And the light of revelation lets the blind man see. 
C
It's the power of the cross; breaks away death's embrace. 
G
And we celebrate our freedom, dancing on our broken chains. 

Channel:
 Em             D         CMaj7          D
Roll away the stone . . . Roll away the stone . . .

Chorus:
     G      G/B       C          D
We sing for joy, we shout your name.
     G   G/B      C/E       D
We celebrate your resurrection day.
 G       G/B      C          D
Sing for joy we shout your name.
    G    G/B       C    D    G
We celebrate your resurrection day. 


Em    D    Am    Em     D    Am


Verse 2:
G
You declare what is holy; you declare what is good.
G
In the sight of all the nations you declare that you are God. 
C
It's the power of your blood; breaks away sin's embrace. 
G
And we celebrate our freedom dancing on our broken chains.

Channel:
 Em             D         CMaj7          D
Roll away the stone . . . Roll away the stone . . .


Chorus:
     G      G/B       C          D
We sing for joy, we shout your name.
     G   G/B      C/E       D
We celebrate your resurrection day.
 G       G/B      C          D
Sing for joy we shout your name.
    G    G/B       C    D    G
We celebrate your resurrection day. 

G   C   G    C    G   

Then repeat chorus 2X
            
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