Most of the weird names are really just a complicated way of saying
thirds with the open notes ringing, so don't let the names scare you. I hope I got the
right... if not, then the shapes still are.
Dm : 022000
* : 07500x
F7m : x5400x
G7m9 F7m9 : x9700x
Gm : x02210
Gadd11 Fadd11 : x2001x
Bb : x32010
I put the chord names in standard tuning, with the pitch they sound in the D
tuning in parenthesis.
same as verses):
Each verse follows this progression:
Come all you weary, with your heavy loads
lay down your burdens, find rest for your souls
cause my yoke is easy, and my burden is kind;
Ill take yours upon me, and you can take mine.
Come all you weary, who move through the earth,
Who've been spurned at fine restaurants and kicked out of church;
Ive got a couple of loaves, so sit down at my feet;
lend me your ears and we'll break bread and eat.
Am Gadd11 C (the C actually starts on the start of "weary")
Come all you weary
Come gather round near me
find rest for your souls.
(verse follows same chord progression as the last 2)
Come all you weary, you crippled, you lame,
Ill help you along, you can lay down your canes,
Weve got a long way to go, but well travel as friends;
The lights growing bright further up, further in
(same as first chorus)
come gather round near me
xxx191917 (2 times)
Repeat those chords, but with the xxx191917 chord only played once.
(Repeat Chorus 2 times)
* (4 times)
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