Sunday, May 27, 2007

Let My Words Be Few

Let My Words Be Few (The Father's Song Album Version)A worship song sung by Matt Redman. Talks about how simple worship can be with the fewest of words to express our love for God. The first video is the song itself, the second is the instructional. Tabs are below.





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LET MY WORDS BE FEW – Matt Redman
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Tabbed by: Graham Choo
Email: da_tweens@yahoo.co.uk

Tuning: Standard
Intro:
   E  Edim E  Edim
e|-0---0---0---0-------------------------------------------------|
B|-0---0---0---0-------------------------------------------------|
G|-1---2---1---2-------------------------------------------------|
D|-2---4---2---4-------------------------------------------------|
A|-2---3---2---3-------------------------------------------------|
E|-0-------0-----------------------------------------------------| 
Verse 1:
   E Edim C#m  A   E Edim C#m  A  F#m G#m  A   B   E  Edim
e|-0---0---4---0---0---0---4---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---------|
B|-0---0---5---0---0---0---5---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---------|
G|-1---2---6---2---1---2---6---2---2---4---6---8---1---2---------|
D|-2---3---6---2---2---3---6---2---4---6---7---9---2---3---------|
A|-2---4---4---0---2---4---4---0---4---6---7---9---2---4---------|
E|-0---------------0-----------------------5---7---0-------------| 
Verse 2:
   E Edim C#m  A   E Edim C#m  A  F#m G#m  A   B   E   B
e|-0---0---4---0---0---0---4---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---------|
B|-0---0---5---0---0---0---5---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---------|
G|-1---2---6---2---1---2---6---2---2---4---6---8---1---4---------|
D|-2---4---6---2---2---3---6---2---4---6---7---9---2---4---------|
A|-2---3---4---0---2---4---4---0---4---6---7---9---2---2---------|
E|-0---------------0-----------------------5---7---0-------------| 
Chorus 1:
   E   D  C#m F#m  A   E   D  C#m F#m  A
e|-0---2---4---0---0---0---2---4---0---0-------------------------|
B|-0---3---5---0---0---0---3---5---0---0-------------------------|
G|-1---2---6---2---2---1---2---6---2---2-------------------------|
D|-2---0---6---4---2---2---0---6---4---2-------------------------|
A|-2-------4---4---0---2-------4---4---0-------------------------|
E|-0-------------------0-----------------------------------------| 
  F#m G#m  A  F#m G#m  A   B   E  Edim
e|-0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0-----------------------------|
B|-0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0-----------------------------|
G|-2---4---6---2---4---6---8---1---2-----------------------------|
D|-4---6---7---4---6---7---9---2---4-----------------------------|
A|-4---6---7---4---6---7---9---2---3-----------------------------|
E|---------5-----------5---7---0---------------------------------| 
Verse 2
Chorus 2:
   E   D  C#m F#m  A   E   D  C#m F#m  A
e|-0---2---4---0---0---0---2---4---0---0-------------------------|
B|-0---3---5---0---0---0---3---5---0---0-------------------------|
G|-1---2---6---2---2---1---2---6---2---2-------------------------|
D|-2---0---6---4---2---2---0---6---4---2-------------------------|
A|-2-------4---4---0---2-------4---4---0-------------------------|
E|-0-------------------0-----------------------------------------| 
  F#m G#m  A  F#m G#m  A   B  F#m G#m F#m G#m  A   B   E
e|-0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---------|
B|-0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---------|
G|-2---4---6---2---4---6---8---2---4---2---4---6---8---1---------|
D|-4---6---7---4---6---7---9---4---6---4---6---7---9---2---------|
A|-4---6---7---4---6---7---9---4---6---4---6---7---9---2---------|
E|---------5-----------5---7-------------------5---7---0---------| 
Intro
| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note

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2 comments:

Kyu Han Lee said...

I was wondering if you use two different strumming patterns in your two videos and, if so, which one do you think fits the song better. Thanks!

Graham Choo said...

Hey Han Lee, you're right! Dan plays D UDUD UDUD DU in the 1st video. But in the instructional, he teaches it as D D UDUDD DU.
Both strumming patterns can be used interchangeably. The second strumming pattern is easier to catch and more straightforward, and gives a more meditative feel.
But for a more upbeat feel, the first strumming pattern would be better :)