There Is Power: Lincoln Brewster



LadyDpiano: There Is Power (chords) : Lincoln Brewster

 If you're looking for a simple chord chart to There Is Power, you'll find it, here. Integrity Praise Music released the chords to the song in 2014 by Lincoln Brewster and Mia Fieldes. Here's what I'm playing and then I'll break it down for you.

Intro:
 
G2  Asus  Bm7  Asus  G2  Asus
 
 Verse 1:
 
Bm7    F#m     G2
 Where two or more are gathered in his name
 Bm7 F#m G2
 He is there, oh
Bm7   F#m      G2
 For all who come, who run to him in faith
 Bm7 F#m G2
 He is there


Chorus:
         G2                    A
There is power in the name of Jesus
Bm7   A   G2                  A
There is power, power in his name
          G2                   A
There is power in the name of Jesus
Bm7   A  G2                   A
There is power, power in his name


Verse 2:
 
Bm7       F#m    G2 
 No fear, no lie can stand against us now
Bm7  F#m G2
 He is here, whoa
Bm7       F#m    G2
 The word has come to silence every doubt
Bm7  F#m G2
 He is here


(Chorus)


Instrumental:
G    Asus  Bm  A  G  Asus  Bm  A


Bridge: 
 
G 
One name, one name can save
Asus      Bm         A
 One name breaks every chain
G
 One name, always
Asus       Bm  A    
 One name, Je-sus
G
 One name, one name remains
Asus       Bm        A
 One name, we will proclaim
G
 One name, always
Asus Bm
 One name


(Chorus x2)


Ending:
G           A
 Woah-ah-oh-oh
          Bm       A
 There's power in his name
G           A
 Woah-ah-oh-oh
            Bm   A    G2
 There's power in his name
G
 Woah-ah-oh-oh   Woah-ah-oh-oh


So, there's lots of octaves played in the left hand throughout the chorus. With the intro, the melody notes in the right hand have sets of sixteenth notes in a measure. It looks like this:

G2 = G/D, C#, D, A (single notes)
Asus = A/D, C#, D, A
Bm7 = B/D, A, D, C#
Asus = A/D, C#, D, E
G2 = G/D, C#, D, A
Asus = A/D, C#, D, A

This right hand pattern continues through the chorus and you can play it an octave higher, too.

Second verse goes like this:

Bm = B/F#BD
F#m = F#/F#AC#
G = G/GBD
Asus = A/ADE

If you're not familiar with this fast pace song, listen to it on YouTube 
I think you'll really like it.

I just love how the fast run towards the ending softens and fades away.

Enjoy!

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