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Darlene Zschech - Shout To The Lord (Chord)
Submitter: PeaPicker (0) on 12/7/03 3 comments
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Shout To The Lord
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Words and Music: Darlene Zschech
Ref: Psalm 100:1
(c)1993 Hillsongs Australia

Capo 3

G         D

G 	   D
My Jesus, my Savior
Em 	        D         C
Lord, there is none like You
          G    C         G
All of my days I want to praise
    Em              F  C   Dsus D
The wonders of Your mighty love
G           D
My comfort, my shelter
Em       D                 C
Tower of refuge and strength
             G        C        G
Let every breath, all that I am
Em             F  C    Dsus D
Never cease to worship You

Chorus
G        G/F# Em                   C      Dsus D
Shout to the  Lord, all the earth, let us sing
G         G/F# Em      C            Dsus D
Power and ma - jesty, praise to the King
Em                         C
Mountains bow down and the seas will roar
       D     Em      D
At the sound of Your Name
G      G/F# Em         C            Dsus D
I sing for  joy at the work of Your hands
G       G/F# Em           C         Dsus D
Forever I'll love You, forever I'll stand
Em                      C         D       G        D
Nothing compares to the promise I have in You

Repeat verse

Repeat Chorus

Em                      C         D       G
Nothing compares to the promise I have in You 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
Very Well Put Together and easy to play.

-marcosean | 7/30/2005
On the line "Never cease to worship You" I like to change the C to an Am.
It seems to give it a fuller sound. See below.

Em F Am D
Never cease to worship You
-sally ann | 5/13/2008
The Am could be done, as Am is the harmonic minor of C. However, in the sheet music by the composer, it is a C.
-PeaPicker | 5/13/2008
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