Neon

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Submitted By fortuneon
Words 1030
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Lirik dan chord : SAMPAI (GMB)
SAMPAI
Music by GMB, lyrics by Sidney Mohede
GivingMyBestMusic

Intro : Cmaj7 Bm Cmaj7 Bm
Am7 A6 Am7 A6

G
Semua harta di dalam dunia
Em
Semua tahta yang dapat tergapai
Am D G
Takkan bisa menggantikan kasih Bapa

G
Semua karya yang t’lah terlukiskan
Em
Semua nada yang telah terdengar
Am D G E
Takkan bisa menyaingi cinta-Mu

Am D/F#
Sampai habis bumi berlalu
G C
Sampai siang malam menyatu
Am D
Kan kupuja dan kusembah Engkau
G E
Ya Bapaku
Am D/F#
Sampai nama-Mu ditinggikan
G C
Di setiap hati dan bangsa
Am D
Kasih sayang-Mu dan setia-Mu kan
G
menyertaiku

Lirik dan chord : Bertahta Dihatiku
Bertahta Dihatiku
Do = G, 4/4

Intro : C Bm C Em
C Bm Em F D
G C G C

_G_____________Am______D
Hanya Engkau dalam hatiku
_______G/B __________C
Yang memb’rikanku damai
_D______________Bm_______Em
Tiada kasih yang ada di dunia
________Am__________________D
Seperti kasih yang Kau berikan
_G__________Am_____D
Maka jiwaku pun memuji
G/B_________C
Aman di baitMu
_D__________Bm_______Em
Satu asa di dalam hidupku
______F________________D
BersamaMu sepanjang masa

________G____B_________Em
Yang kupuja hanya diriMu satu
_______Dm___G___C____Bm
Yang s’lalu setia menopang
_Em_______Am___________D
Dan menjagaku senantiasa
________G_________B______________Em
Biar hidupku membawa kemuliaan bagiMu
____C_____________Bm_____Em
Kar’na diriMu dan kemurahanMu
_________Am________D_____G
T’lah bertahta di hati - ku

Lirik dan chord : Kasih-Mu Termegah (GMB)
Kasih-Mu Termegah
Do = G, 4/4

Intro : Em Am

Em Am D
Dengan lutut bertelut
G
Kau berkata pada Bapa
Am D
“Bukan kehendakKu,
G
namun kehendakMu jadilah”
C Bm
Tak pernah terlintas
Am D/F# G
Tuk kau tolak Sa-lib yang menantiMu
C Bm
Kau telah relakan
Am B
DarahMu untuk menebus dosaku
Em Am D
Dengan tubuh yang hancur
G
Kau…...

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