A Voice Calling Out by Bethany Dillon Guitar Chords

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You can play A Voice Calling Out by Bethany Dillon using guitar or guitar.
This song by Bethany Dillon can also be played by that equipment.
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A Voice Calling Out guitar chords has swing and included in Bethany Dillon (2004) album.
You can also find more musical style, as well as jazz guitar chords, country music guitar chords, pop guitar chords, world music guitar chords, and rock guitar chords here.

A Voice Calling Out by Bethany Dillon Guitar Chords


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#For the intro, the actual notes that are played on the CD are E, D#, C#.
#Therefore play louder on:
#1. the high “e” string for the E chord
#2. the “b” string for the B chord
#3. the “b” string for the A chord
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#INTRO:
#E B A x3
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#VERSE 1
I hear a voice calling out
I hear a voice in this wilderness
Where darkness has reigned for so long
Ground is being taken
The trumpet sounds
And Your glory touches the ground
And we all stand in awe
Who it this?
This glory far beyond us
I hear a voice
VERSE 2
I hear a drum beating
Heaven’s drawing near
The sky will open up
Your people are being healed
I hear a drum beating
Heaven’s drawing near
The sky will open up
Your people are being healed
I hear a voice
CHORUS
Heaven’s battle cry
Ris[A2/G#]e
See the sun light what was hidden
Heaven’s heart beat
A See it movi[A2/G#]ng
What was a whisper is now
A voice calling out
(INTRO RIFF)
VERSE 3
I see a generation rising up
No longer accepting lies
Running to the battlefield
And losing their lives
I see a generation rising up
No longer accepting lies
As a band of worshipers run to the battlefield
They’re finding their lives
They’re finding their lives
I hear a voice
2004 EMI CMG Music Publishing

E|–0–0–X–0–0—0–
B|–2–0–4–2–0—5–
G|–2–4–4–2–2—6–
D|–1–4–4–2–2—6–
A|–0–2–2–0–0—0–
E|–0–X–X–X–X—X–
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Tabbed by: Mike Ellebrecht
08-12-04


 

If you want to learn Bethany Dillon A Voice Calling Out guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just require tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is entirely based on its major counterpart

The more you practice, the simple guitar will feel to play A Voice Calling Out. Guitar is not easy to study in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.

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