Post: Blessed Be Your Name

[Verse 1]
G        D                    Em            C
 Blessed be Your name, in the land that is plentiful
           G          D               C
Where Your streams of abundance flow, blessed be Your name
G        D                       Em           C
 Blessed be Your name, when I'm found in the desert place
         G                 D          C
Though I walk through the wilderness, blessed be Your name
 
 
[Pre-Chorus]
G                     D              Em             C
 Every blessing You pour out I'll turn back to praise
G                 D               Em             C
 When the darkness closes in, Lord, still I will say
 
 
[Chorus]
               G           D
Blessed be the name of the Lord
                Em       C
Blessed be Your name
               G           D
Blessed be the name of the Lord
                Em   D    C
Blessed be Your glorious name
 
 
[Verse 2]
G        D                      Em            C
 Blessed be Your name, when the sun's shining down on me
         G                D              C
When the world's, "all as it should be", blessed be Your name
G        D                    Em               C
 Blessed be Your name, on the road marked with suffering
               G           D         C
Though there's pain in the offering, blessed be Your name

[Bridge]
    G              D
You give and take away
    Em             C
You give and take away
    G                   D
My heart will choose to say
      Em               C
Lord, blessed be Your name

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Nina Nevski

With a Bachelor’s in Education and 10+ years in worship ministry, I like to break complex things into tiny bite-sized video lessons that bring results! With over 8 million views on YouTube, my mission is to help YOU play ANY song you want.

2 Responses

  1. Love your tutorials and I have purchased a couple of your lessons. One thing that would be very helpful would be if you could play the full song after your tutorial without interruption’s. I personally find the tutorials work better for me if I could take the full song and slow it down to follow the keys you play. I am an accountant by profession and find that “improvising” is not something my brain allows.

    God Bless!

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