A Thousand Hallelujahs (Live) Free Chords PDF (Brooke Ligertwood)
A Thousand Hallelujahs (Live) Free Chords PDF (Brooke Ligertwood)
A Thousand Hallelujahs (Live)Brooke Ligertwood
Stage Chart (Editable) Details
Download the free PDF Chord Charts for A Thousand Hallelujahs (Live) by Brooke Ligertwood, from the album A Thousand Hallelujahs. This song was arranged by Grant Wall / Daniel Galbraith in the key of C, D, Db.
|Album||A Thousand Hallelujahs|
|Authors||Scott Ligertwood, Phil Wickham, Brooke Ligertwood|
|Arrangers||Grant Wall, Daniel Galbraith|
|Publishers||Essential Music Publishing, Capitol Christian Music|
|CCLI Song No.||7190270|
|Instruments||Guitar, Ukelele, Piano|
|Available Keys||C, Db, Numbers|
|Themes||Lamb, Easter Sunday, Resurrection, Easter, Redemption, Worship, Hallelujah, Honor, Praise|
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