For All You've Done

Verse (variation)
Here's another one of my own modifications, this time to the verse (can also be used for the instrumental) of For All You've Done by Hillsong. What I've done here is to use the same uppermost notes for three chords, while mostly changing the bass note only, to create a more continuous effect.




Tabs (keep switching within the chord, like in the video):
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-9----8---9-8---9-8----
-9----9---7-7---9-9----
----------0-0---7-7----
-9----9----------------
C#m7-C#m9 A-A4 E-Emaj7




Chorus (variation)
I'm supposed to play this song for my church's youth service tomorrow (in about 12 hours time), but I've often felt that playing power chords for the chorus just didn't quite cut it. Here are some chords that I've developed for the song, hope you like them:




Tabs:
-------7--7-7-
-7--7--5--5-4-
-9--8--6--4-4-(x2)
-9--9---------
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E . . B . . A . . B

-4--0-
-2--4-
-2--4- To introduction,
------ or repeat chorus
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A . B




Instrumental



Tabs
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-9----------9-10p9--------------------------
---11b13-9---------9-------------s8-8-s4-4--
---------------------9s7s6---6--------------
---------------------------7---7------------
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-12-12-12-11-11-11-------12-12-12-11-11-----
-------------------9-9-9----------------9-9-
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-12-12-12-11-11-11----------12-12-12-11-11-------
-------------------10-10-10----------------10-10-

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-16-16-16-14-14-14-12-12-12-11-11-11-11-11-11-11s-

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-s12----------

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

hey thanks for the great video of i believe, but i was also wondering, i know a part of the freedom we know has been done but i would appreciate it very much if you could do the rest of it like the main riff thanks! seb.

Anonymous said...

i just want to ask if what chords are playing in the instrumental part... many thanks in advance...

kenny said...

C#m A E B
C#m A E B

conway said...

can i ask also bro if hillsong has a pattern of what chords to use when its in the instrumental part or in the praising part....

Anonymous said...

Hey the cords that you have in the beginning the "E B A B" can those also be used in other songs, and wont sound weird or anything?

Anonymous said...

just have a question......how do u come up with this variations...are these set chords or variations. What the name of the variation. U know like for a C chord u have to play certain strings...Just wondering. Cause when i play it...i dont know what chord it is ....i just play it because you played it on your videos. thanks a lot

Anonymous said...

hi there bro. just have one question what is the effects use in chorus can you please help on this thanks and may god bless you bro.

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Russell said...

Ehh... I'm pretty sure you said what effect you used for the verse, but I don't get it. So what effects are you using for the verse, many blessings to you thanks.

Edmund said...

Hi, just wanna say you have a great site and your tabs are a great help to me when I practice my church worship songs.

Really thank God for your generosity in sharing all your knowledge here!

Cheers!