Dallas Holm - Rise Again Guitar Chords

Dallas Holm

deep christian rock

Song versions: 1 2 3 4
Chords: Bb/D, C/E, Dm7, F#m7b5, C, D, F, G, Bb, F/A, Fm/Ab, C/G, FM7
Rise Again
Dallas Holm
The Early Works
Transcribed by: Steven P.
Key of C
4/4


Bb/D            x5333x
C/E             032010
Dm7             xx0211
F#m7b5          xx4555


Intro
C  D  F  C  G  C

Verse 1
C         D
Go ahead, drive the nails in My hands
F           C              G
Laugh at me where you stand
       C         D
Go a - head, and say it isn't Me
    F                  C             G
The day will come when you will see

Chorus
            C    Bb/D      F     C/E
'Cause I'll ri - se    a - gain
Dm7               G                C     G
Ain't no power on earth can tie me down!
          C    Bb/D      F     C/E  Dm7
Yes, I'll ri - se    a - gain
            G              C       G
Death can't keep Me in the ground

Verse 2
       C         D
Go a - head, and mock My name
   F               C               G
My love for you is still the same
       C         D
Go a - head, and bury Me
    F            C             G
But very soon, I will be free!

Chorus
            C    Bb/D      F     C/E
'Cause I'll ri - se    a - gain
Dm7               G                C     G
Ain't no power on earth can tie me down!
          C    Bb/D      F     C/E  Dm7
Yes, I'll ri - se    a - gain
            G              C
Death can't keep Me in the ground

Interlude
Bb  F/A  Fm/Ab  C/G  F#m7b5  FM7  G  F  G

Verse 3
       C        D
Go a - head and say I'm dead and gone
    F                 C               G
But you will see that you were wrong
       C            D
Go a - head, try to hide the Son
    F                  C           G
But all will see that I'm the One!

Chorus
            C    Bb/D      F     C/E
'Cause I'll co - me    a - gain
Dm7               G                 C     G
Ain't no power on earth can keep me back!
          C    Bb/D      F     C/E  Dm7
Yes, I'll co - me    a - gain
        G              C     D  F  C
Come to take My people back



This is my interpretation of the song and is what I hear. Since
U-G doesn't always include the correct chord voicings, I have
included all of the harder ones in this transcription.
Please feel free to experiment with your own chord voicings.

When playing the interlude on the guitar, you can play a regular
chord instead of the slash chord and it will sound fine.  The
slash chords are the chromatic progression played with the
piano - which is how I play it on the piano. When I play the
song on guitar, I play the regular chord, without altering the
bass and inverting the chord. For example, the F/A is played as
an F chord and the Fm/Ab is played as an Fm chord.

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