King Of Kings Chords (Chandler Moore)
King Of Kings Chords (Chandler Moore)
King Of KingsChandler Moore
Chords & Lyrics (Editable) Details
Download the Chord Charts for King Of Kings by Chandler Moore, from the album King Of Kings. This song was arranged by Dustin Loehrs in the key of G, Gb.
|Album||King Of Kings|
|Authors||Scott Ligertwood, Jason Ingram, Brooke Ligertwood|
|Publishers||Hillsong Music, Essential Music Publishing|
|CCLI Song No.||7127647|
|Instruments||Guitar, Ukelele, Piano|
|Available Keys||A, Ab, B, Bb, C, C#, D, Db, E, Eb, F, F#, G, G#, Gb, Numbers, Numerals|
|Themes||Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Modern Hymn, Lent, Jesus, Love, Gospel, Spirit, Church, Lamb, Salvation, Kingdom, Trinity, Light, Darkness, Good Friday, Resurrection, Easter, Christmas Worship, Praise, Redemption, Cross, Christ, Blood|
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