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The Old Rugged Cross Lead & Piano/Vocal (PraiseCharts Band)
The Old Rugged Cross Lead & Piano/Vocal (PraiseCharts Band)
The Old Rugged Cross Lead & Piano/Vocal (PraiseCharts Band)

The Old Rugged Cross

PraiseCharts Band

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Lead Sheet & Piano/Vocal Details

Download the sheet music for The Old Rugged Cross by PraiseCharts Band, from the album PraiseHymns (Vol. 2). This song was arranged by Dan Galbraith in the key of G, Ab.

SongID 3924
Language English
Album PraiseHymns (Vol. 2)
Artists PraiseCharts Band
Authors Dan Galbraith, George Bernard
Arrangers Dan Galbraith
Publishers PraiseCharts Publishing
CCLI Song No.5123290
TempoMed Fast
StyleContemporary
InstrumentsPiano, Guitar
File TypePDF
Pages6
Original Key G
Available Keys Ab, G
Meter3/4
ThemesAtonement, Blood, Change, Christ, Communion, Glory, Gratitude, Home, Jesus, Kingship, Love, Thankfulness, Shame, Gladness, Lost, Crown, Bells, Crucifixion, Cross, Praise, Resurrection, Sacrifice, Easter, Good Friday, Lent, Salvation, Hymn,

Lyrics

{t:The Old Rugged Cross} {su:www.praisecharts.com/3924} {k:G} {d_t:84} {d_ok:G} {f:?2008 Praisecharts (admin by Praisecharts.com). All rights reserved. CCLI Song No. PENDING. By George Bennard, Dan Galbraith. Arr. by Dan Galbraith} {c:Intro} [Em9][/][/][|][/][/][/][|][Cma9][/][/][|][/][/][D][|][Em9][/][/][|][/][/][/][|][Cma9][/][/][|][Dsus][/] {c:Verse 1} On a [Em9]hill far away stood an [Cma9]old rugged cross The [D]emblem of [C/D]suff'ring [Ebdim7]and [Em9]shame [B7]And I [Em9]love that old cross where the [Cma9]dearest and best For a [D]world of lost [Dsus]sinners was [G]slain [G/B] {soc} {c:Chorus} So I'll [D]cherish the old rugged [G]cross, till my [C]trophies at last I lay [G]down [Dsus] I will [Em7]cling to the [G]old rugged [C]cross [Am7]and ex - [G/D]change it some [D]day for a [Em9]crown {eoc} {c:Instrumental 1} [(Em9)][/][/][|][/][/][/][|][Cma9][/][/][|][/][/][/][:||][D][/] {c:Verse 2} To the [Em9]old rugged cross I will [Cma9]ever be true Its [D]shame and [C/D]reproach glad - [Ebdim7]ly [Dm9]bear [D/F#]Then He'll [G2]call me some [G]day to my [Cma9]home far a - [Am7]way Where His [D]glory for - [D7sus4]ever I'll [G]share [G/B] {soc} {c:Chorus} {eoc} {c:Instrumental 2} [Em7][/][/][|][C][/][/][|][D][/][/][|][Gsus][G][/][|][Em7][/][/][|][C][/][/][|][D][/][/][|][G][/] {soc} {c:Chorus 3 (2x)} I'm [Em7]thankful for the [C]cross, I'm [D]thankful for the [G]cross I'm [Em7]thankful for the [C]cross of Jesus [D]Christ my [G]King I'm [Em7]thankful for the [C]cross, I'm [D]thankful for the [G]cross I'm [Em7]thankful for the [C]cross, that saves a [D]sinner like [G]me {eoc} {c:Tag} So I'll [D]cherish the old rugged [Em9]cross, till my [Cma9]trophies at last I lay [G2]down I will [Ema9]cling to the [G7]old rugged [C]cross [Am7]and ex - [G/D]change it some [D]day for a [G]crown {define: Em9 base-fret 1 frets 0 2 0 0 0 2} {define: Cma9 base-fret 1 frets x 3 2 4 3 0} {define: D base-fret 1 frets x x 0 2 3 2} {define: Dsus base-fret 1 frets x x 0 2 3 3} {define: C/D base-fret 1 frets x x 0 0 1 0} {define: D#dim7 base-fret 1 frets x x 1 2 1 2} {define: B7 base-fret 1 frets x 2 1 2 0 2} {define: G base-fret 1 frets 3 2 0 0 3 3} {define: G/B base-fret 1 frets x 2 0 0 3 3} {define: C base-fret 1 frets x 3 2 0 1 0} {define: Em7 base-fret 1 frets 0 2 2 0 3 0} {define: Am7 base-fret 1 frets x 0 2 0 1 0} {define: G/D base-fret 1 frets x x 0 0 0 3} {define: Dm9 base-fret 2 frets x 4 2 1 2 0} {define: D/F# base-fret 1 frets 2 0 0 2 3 2} {define: G2 base-fret 1 frets 3 0 0 2 3 3} {define: D7sus4 base-fret 1 frets x x 0 2 1 3} {define: Gsus base-fret 1 frets 3 3 0 0 1 3} {define: Ema9 base-fret 1 frets 0 2 1 1 0 2} {define: G7 base-fret 1 frets 3 2 3 0 0 3}...

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