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Paul Baloche - Hallelujah To My King Chords

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Hallelujah To My King Chords

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Paul Baloche

Intro: E/// C#m/A2/ E/// C#m/A2/ ///

Verse 1:

  /    C#m                 B
Oh how strong the power of Jesus' name
      A2                E     B2sus
It is stronger than any other name
    C#m                    B
How sweet the victory that bore my shame
         A2           E     B2sus
Took the burden of my sin away


     E             A2
Hallelujah, what a Savior
      E             B2sus
I owe everything to Him.
     C#m           A2
Hallelujah, what a Savior
     E     B2sus C#m/// A2/// ///
Hallelujah to my King

Verse 2:

  /    C#m                    B
Oh how great the kindness our God has shown
        A2                   E          B2sus
We were strangers, now we're called His own
    C#m                    B
His grace has welcomed the sinner home
       A2              E      B2sus
Tender mercies lead us to The Throne

Verse 3:

  /     C#m                 B
Oh what peace the Spirit of Jesus brings
            A2             E     B2sus
through the trials He will carry me
    C#m                 B
One day, in Heaven, our eyes will meet
            A2              E           B2sus
Filled with wonder, all the saints will sing


     C#m///  A2///    C#m         A2
Hallelujah!      Hallelujah to my King!

Order of song:
Intro                             E: 022100
Verse 1                          A2: 002200
Chorus                          C#m: 046600
Verse 2                           B: -24402 (easier when coming off C#m)
Chorus                        B2sus: 044400 (easier when coming off E or A2)
Verse 3

Sorry about all the slashes; I'm a bit OCD about the counting on this one.  Just 
note that each "/" is a beat or quarter note, and I always count the chord symbol 
as a beat.  Confused yet?  :D
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