"I will rise when he calls my name, no more sorrow, no more pain, I will rise on eagles wings before my God; fall on my knees, and rise, I will rise."
— Chris Tomlin
There's a song that I used to play with a band... it's called Be Glorified and I just love it because it really rocks and is fun to play. I like hearing the bass. It was written in 1999 with words and music by Louie Giglio, Chris Tomlin and Jesse Reeves.
The song is from the Chris Tomlin Collection with 15 worship songs. Be Glorified is just one of my many favorites. Perhaps it's fun to play because of the easy progression and all the suspended chords. Sometimes we play it a bit faster but it has a lot of words so that slows it down a bit.
Intro: G, Csus2, Fsus2, Csus2, x2 Verse 1: G Csus2 Fsus2 Csus2 Your love has captured me. G Csus2 D Your grace has set me free; G Csus2 Fsus2 Csus2 Your life, the air i breathe. Am7 D Be glorified in me. G, Csus2, Fsus2, Csus2, x2 Chorus: Csus2 You set my feet to dancing G You set my heart on fire. Csus2 In the presence of a thousand kings, G You are my one desire. Csus2 Em7 D Csus2 and i stand before you now with trembling hands lifted high. Be glorified G, Csus2, Fsus2, Csus2, x2 Back to verse 1: Come back in after chorus: Bridge: G G/B C D Be glorified in me, G/B C D Be glorified in me, G/B C D Be glorified in me, G/B C Be glorified Repeat to bridge: x2
So, here's the piano chords I'm playing (not in any order):
Csus2 = C/CDG
Fsus2 = F/CFG
Csus2/E = E/CDG
F add2 = F/CGA
G = G/BDG
G5 = G/DG
Am7 = A/CEG
Em7 = E/EGD
G/B = B/DGB
C = C/EGC
Awh, repetition is a good thing. Recycle those chords over and over throughout the song!
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