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Phil Wickham – Hallelujah tab
Hallelujah (Cover on youtube) Written by: Leonard Cohen Performed by: Jeff Buckley Cover by: Phil Wickham Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Q00mWa0_ig Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org This is an overview of what Phil Wickham uses to play Jeff Buckley's "Hallelujah", which is probably the most original and beautiful cover that I've ever seen of the song. I tried to make it as accurate as possible. It may seem very confusing at first, but I placed all of the alternate chords in there so that the song would be easier to play and also more accurate to the way he played it. Enjoy! Tuning: Half-Step Down Chords Relative to Standard Tuning E - 02X400 or 022400 C#m - 04X400 A - 002400 Am - 002500 B - 024400 C#m alt - 046600 D# - 069900 E alt - 079900 G# - 46X5XX G# alt - 4X2400 A alt - 002200 Intro: E C#m E C#m E C#m Well I heard there was a secret chord E C#m That David played, and it pleased the Lord A Am E B But you don't really care for music, do ya? E Well it goes like this A B The fourth, the fifth C#m(alt) D# The minor fall and the major lift E(alt) G# C#m(alt) B The baffled king composing Hallelujah A Hallelujah C#m G#(alt) Hallelujah A Hallelujah C#m B Hallelujah E C#m E C#m E C#m Well Your faith was strong but you needed proof E C#m You saw her bathing on the roof A Am E B Her beauty in the moonlight overthrew ya E A B she tied you to her kitchen chair C#m(alt) D# she broke your throne and she cut your hair E(alt) G# C#m(alt) And every breath she drew was Hallelujah A Hallelujah G#(alt) Hallelujah A Hallelujah C#m B Hallelujah E C#m E C#m E C#m Well you know that I've been here before E C#m(alt) I've seen this room and I've walked this floor A(alt) B E B I used to live alone before I knew ya E A(alt) B Well I've seen your flag on the marble arch C#m(alt) D# Love is not a victory march E(alt) D# C#m(alt) B It's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah A(alt) Hallelujah C#m(alt) Hallelujah A(alt) Hallelujah C#m(alt) B Hallelujah A(alt) Hallelujah C#m(alt) B Hallelujah A(alt) Hallelujah C#m(alt) B Hallelujah E C#m E C#m B E