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Easter Hallelujah

V.1
         G                                        Em
A crown of thorns placed on his head
         G                              Em                  
He knew that He would soon be dead
          C                    D                         G              D 
He said ? did you forget me, Father did you?
              G                        C       D                                      
They nailed him to a wooden cross 
          Em                             C           D                                    
Soon all the world would feel the loss
          D                                             Em                 
Of Christ, the King, before us Hallelujah

Chorus.
          C               Em          C               G-D-G                       
Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah

V.2
         G                              Em                                 
He hung his head and prepared to die
            G                    Em                                  
The lifted his face up to the sky
           C                          D                            G         D             
And said ?I?m coming home now, Father, to you?
      G                              C       D              
A reed, which held his final sip
          Em             C          D                 
Was gently lifted to his lips
          D                                                    Em                
He drank his lasts and gave his soul to Glory

Chorus

V.3
         G                       Em                            
The solder who had used his sword
        G                       Em                             
To pierced the body of our Lord
             C                 D                        G               D      
Said ?Truly this is Jesus Christ, our savior.?
           G                      C            D                
He looked with fear upon his sword
            Em                        C             D                   
Then turned to face his Christ and Lord
  D                                        Em                     
Fell to his knees crying Hallelujah
Chorus
V.4
          G                             Em                                
Took from His head, the thorny crown
          G                      Em                        
And wrapped Him a linen gown
         C                          D                     G       D
And laid Him down to rest inside the tomb
         G                                    C            D                            
The holes in His hands, His feet, His side
         Em                         C            D                          
Now in our hearts we know He died
      D                                           Em                 
To save us from ourselves oh hallelujah

Chorus

V.5
            G                               Em                 
Three days went by, again they came
      G                             Em
To move the stone,to bless the slain 
          C                       D              G                D
With oil and spice anointing Hallelujah
      G                            C           D               
But as they went to move the stone
          Em                          C         D          
They saw that they were not alone
         D                                    Em                    
But Jesus Christ has risen hallelujah

Chorus
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