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Worship/Christian Songs - I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever (Chord)
Submitter: kyletruly (2) on 10/20/03 5 comments
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F#m/E - x44200
A2    - x02200
B2    - x24400
E     - 022100




E  	  	  	  	 F#m/E
Over the mountains and the seas
 	  	  	          A2
Your river runs with love for me
 	  	  	        B2
And I will open up my heart
 	  	  	  	 E
And let the healer set me free

 	  	  	  	 F#m/E
I'm happy to be in the truth
 	  	  	  	 A2
And I will daily lift my hands

For I will always sing of
B2 	  	  	  E
When Your love came down

 	  	      F#m/E  	  	 A2
I could sing of Your love forever
 	              B2 	  	  	 E
I could sing of Your love forever
 	              F#m/E  	  	 A2
I could sing of Your love forever
 	  	      B2 	  	  	 E
I could sing of Your love forever
 
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Does anyone have this in easier chords that my nephew could play?
He does a lot of Cs, Es, As, Ds, etc.
-BluEydGuitarist | 1/10/2004
To stay in the same key....

Capo - 2nd fret and...

sus is the same as 2

E = D.........xx0232
Bsus = Asus...x02230
F#m = Em......022000
Asus = Gsus...330013 or 355533


Or if you want to change the key, it seems there is always one
chord that will be a challenge but I think if you changed the
key to G, this will be the easiest to play.


E = G..........320003
F#m = Am.......x02210
Bsus = Dsus....xx0233
Asus = Csus....x33011 or x35563 or 8 10 10 10 8 8

Hope this helps.
-rawood | 1/17/2004
This song can also be play in the key of G:

G Am C D

Am Em C D (Bridge)
-Major-yyz | 4/28/2004
yo...bro this is perfect for my cut-capo....thankx a lot...
-iWorshipu | 1/10/2006
I know the last comment was 6 years ago, but maybe this will help someone. For the chorus, play E, B, C#m, A. It makes it a lot better. Additionally, whenever you see an F#m, play a C#m instead. I think it may sound better, but that's just me.
-elev8guitarcovers | 7/1/2014
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