Come As You Are Chords PDF (David Crowder)
Come As You Are Chords PDF (David Crowder)
Come As You AreDavid Crowder
Chords & Lyrics (Editable) Details
Download the PDF Chord Charts for Come As You Are by David Crowder, from the album Neon Steeple. This song was arranged by Daniel Galbraith in the key of A, Ab, B, Bb, C, D, Db.
|Authors||David Crowder, Matt Maher, Ben Glover|
|Publishers||Capitol Christian Music|
|CCLI Song No.||7017790|
|Instruments||Guitar, Ukelele, Piano|
|Available Keys||A, Ab, B, Bb, C, D, Db, E, Eb, F, F#, G, G#, Gb, Numbers, Numerals|
|Themes||Joy, Grace, Heart, Broken, Shame, Burden, Heaven, Sorrow, Rescue, Mercy, Sadness, Invitation|
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