I like Kari Jobe. She has had an astonishing career with her gift of worship!
About The Artist
Kari Brooke Jobe (born April 6, 1981) is an American contemporary Christian music singer and songwriter. Since her first album in 2009, she has received one Grammy Award nomination and three Dove Award nominations, two of which she won. Jobe is also an associate worship pastor at Gateway Church. For more information, visit wikipedia
Video: Paul Baloche, Kari Jobe
Song: Look Upon The Lord (Lyrics and Chords)
Majestic (Live) - Kari Jobe
By Paul Baloche, Jason Ingram and Kari Jobe
Em Dsus4 D Dsus4 D Look upon the Lord, stand in awe of his beauty Em Dsus4 D Dsus4 D Look upon the Lord, seated high, He is holy Am Em G D Let the glory of our God from heaven come down Am Em G Dsus4 D Let the house of the Lord be filled with the cloud [Chorus] G D You are good and Your mercy will endure Em Dsus4 D You are good and, forever we are Yours Am Em D Hallelujah, hallelujah Am Em Dsus4 D Hallelujah, hallelujah [ Tab from: http://www.guitaretab.com/k/kari-jobe/385928.html ] [Verse 2] Em Dsus4 D Dsus4 D Listen for the Lord, hear the voice of His Spirit Em Dsus4 D Dsus4 D Call upon His name; He is near, He is with us Am Em G D Let the glory of our God from heaven come down Am Em G Dsus4 D Let the house of the Lord be filled with the cloud [Chorus] + Am Em D Hallelujah, hallelujah Am Em Dsus4 D Hallelujah, hallelujah [Instrumental 4x] Em C G D [Bridge 3x] Em C G D Holy, holy Em C With one voice G D Heaven and earth are singing Em C G D Holy, holy Em C G D Lord God, Almighty [Instrumental 4x] [Bridge] [14x] Am Em G D [Ending] Am Em G D Let the glory of our God from heaven come down Am Em G Dsus4 D Let the house of the Lord be filled with the cloud
Q: How do you play Dsus4?
A: D-G-A (1-4-5 fingering)
All the other chords should be pretty easy to play.
It's a nice slow, worship song.
If you'd like a refresher course on all the different chords
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