Sonicflood - I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever Chords & Tabs

 

I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever Chords & Tabs

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I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever Chords

   
Intro: F# E F# E (Guitar only) 
In Bass solo play: E, B, F#, A, B, E
                   E, B-C-C#, A, B, F#, E

Verse:
E                                        
Over the mountains and the sea 
G#
Your river runs with love for me, 
F#                    A
And I will open up my heart,
            B             E
And let the Healer set me free. 

E
Im happy to be in the truth, 
G#
And I will daily lift my hands, 
F#                    
For i will always sing,
   A                  B
Of when Your love came down.

Chorus:
E                      B
I could sing of Your love forever
C#                     A     B
I could sing of Your love forever
E                      B     C
I could sing of Your love forever
C#                     A     B
I could sing of Your love forever 
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/s/sonicflood/i_could_sing_of_your_love_forever_crd.html ]
Bridge:
F#              E/A   
Oh I feel like dancing
C#                G#
It's foolishness I know
F#                      E/A
But when the world has seen the Light
           B
They will dance with joy like we're dancing now...

Chorus:
E                      B
I could sing of Your love forever
C#                     A     B
I could sing of Your love forever
E                      B     C
I could sing of Your love forever
C#                     A     B
I could sing of Your love forever

Goes up:

Chorus:
F#                      C#
I could sing of Your love forever
Eb                     B     C#
I could sing of Your love forever
F#                      C#     D
I could sing of Your love forever
Eb                     B     C#
I could sing of Your love forever

Im not too positive about these notes but they sound pretty good, the acoustic doesn't
sound like it too well..but it's close enough. when it's a note over a note, the guitar
plays the note on the left and the bass guitar plays the note on the right. Ex. B/G#,
guitar plays B, and the bass plays G#. bye.
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