Lord of All

Chords & Tabs
Someone requested for the chords for Lord of All (Hillsong London) a few days back. After a few minutes of googling I realised that the chords for Lord of All cannot be found anywhere on the net, surprisingly. Here are the full chords + tabs for the song, the only one available on the net - whoa!

Do leave a comment/tag if you have any trouble. No video for this post because i) it isn't too difficult, ii) my computer just crashed :( (using a computer in school right now).

i) Guitar Introduction (with delay):
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-----------------8--
---10-8-----10-8----
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-8--------8---------
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ii) Bass solo (tabs for bass):
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---------1-3----- x(3)
-----1-3-----1-3-
-1-1-------------

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---------1-------
-----------3-1-3-
-----1-3---------
-1-1-------------

Repeat(x4)


iii) Introduction II (ohhh…):
Fm Ab Db Bb (x2)


iv) Verse (shout praises to the Holy One…)
(See below for tabs)
Fm Ab Db Bb (x2)
Ab Ab Bb Bb


v) Chorus

Db Ab Eb Fm
Db Eb Ab Ab
Db Ab Eb Fm
Bb Bb Db Db


Bass tabs for last line:
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-----1-3---------
-------------1-3-(x2)
-1-1-----1-1-----
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vi) Introduction II (x1)

vii) Verse (first line once only)

viii) Chorus

ix) Bridge:
See below for tabs & video

x) Post-Bridge (shine your light, be that sea of light)
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--------8----------------10-----
-8-8s10---10-6----8-8s10-------- (x2)
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Ab Bb


xi) Chorus (x2)



Bridge
Lord of All is the first song on the latest Hillsong London album (Jesus Is), and music-wise is really quite interesting. Anyway, I realised that the guitar part in the bridge makes for a great string skipping exercise, here it is:




Tabs:

Verse (with variations)
By Kenny & Bass Levite

I used the eighth note delay found in United We Stand here.





There is quite a bit of left and right hand palm muting going on, to create some sort of percussive effect, do play around with it.


Tabs
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----------------------------------9-
-10-10-10-10-10--10-10-10-10-8h10---
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-----------------------------9h11-9-
-10-10-10-10-10--10-10-10-10--------
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-10-10-10-10-10--10-10-10-10-10----
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-------------------------11-13-11-13-------------
-------------11-13-11-13-------------11-13-11-13-
-10-13-10-13-------------------------------------
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3 comments:

J said...

well for the solo i may have a suggestion.. If u find it hard to just hit 1 string without hitting another , it may be easier for you by using your fretting fingers to mute the other strings that are not supposed to be hit.. so in this way , for example , muting the A string when playing the E string at the 10 or 9 fret , u can hit both strings but having only the D note ringing. it's also a good practise for guitar control. =] Have fun.. hope this helps.

Ben said...

You variation for the verse is very nice, lol. Very well done on coming up with that, and after all using the typical hillsong delay :P. I may use it if we do it at our church. Thanks :)

Skapi said...

Dude, I really like your variation on the verse!