Rain Down by David Crowder Band Ukulele Chords

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If you are searching for Rain Down ukulele chords, you have visit to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument Rain Down using ukulele or guitar.
This song by David Crowder Band can also be played by that instruments.
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Rain Down chords has rhythm and included in All I Can Say (1998) album.
You can also find another musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Rain Down by David Crowder Band Ukulele Chords


Key: G

Standard tuning EADGBe

Tabbed by weksa
Contact: weksa@live.com
Tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?vrsBX0N37A18
Based on NewSongCafe’s video of Crowder: http://www.youtube.com/watch?vrEUk9RLXyTs

This tab+chord sheet is best viewed landscape with 0.7″ margins if you plan to print it.

Main chord shapes for intro, in sequential order:
Em ! ! ! ! ! ! C ! ! ! !


1e|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
2B|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
3G|-9---9-------9------7---5------4---0-----------------------------------------|
4D|-9---9-------7------5---5------4---0------0---5------9---7---5---------------|
5A|-9---10------9------7---7------5---5------7---7------7---7---7---------------|
6E|-0---0-------0------0---0------0---0------8---8------8---8---8---------------|

Chords transposed horizontally, so I can write notes next to them:

E – A – D – G – B – e // Special notes about chord


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0 9 9 9 x x // Index (pointer) finger barres ADG strings on 9th fret.

0 10 9 9 x x // From above chord, middle finger hammers on A string 9h10.

0 9 7 9 x x //

0 7 5 7 x x // Index finger barres DG strings on 5th fret.

0 7 5 5 x x // From above chord, pinky pulls off on G string 7p5.

0 5 4 4 x x // Index finger barres DG strings on 4th fret.

0 5 0 0 x x // From above chord, take off barred index finger from 4th fret.

8 7 0 x x x //

8 7 5 x x x // From above chord, index finger hammers on D string 0h5.

8 7 9 x x x // Pinky plays D string 9th fret, index finger waits on D string
7th fret.

8 7 7 x x x // From above chord, pinky pulls off on D string 9p7.

8 7 5 x x x // From above chord, index finger moves on D string from 7th fret
to 5th fret.

Intro tab:
– Alternate picking strokes are shown below each tab staff as down/up, abbreviated d/u.
Underscores represent silent strokes or letting a hammer on / pull off / slide do
its job.
– Vertical lines of x’s mean strumming on muted strings to create a clicky noise.
– Vertical lines of asterisk stars next to a chord means you play it staccato.
In other words, cut it short, don’t let it ring out. Either lift up your chording
fingers slightly,
or use your strumming hand’s palm to touch the strings and stop them from sounding.
– The exlamation marks above each tab staff denote the main chord shape changes listed earlier.
For the Em group, there is the first Em and 6 following variations.
For the C group, there is the first C and 4 following variations.

Em ! ! ! ! ! !


e|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-------9-x-x-x-9--x-x-x-9-9-9-9---------7p5---5--x-x-4--0-0-0-------------|
D|-9-----9-x-x-x-7--x-x-x-7-7-7-7-------5-5-----5--x-x-4--0-0-0-------------|
A|-9h10----x-x-x-9--x-x-x-9-9-9-9-----7-------------x-x-----------------------|
E|-0-------x-x-x-0--x-x-x-0-0-0-0-0---0-------------x-x-----------------------|

d _ _ u d u d u _ u d u d u d u d _ d u d _ _ u _ u d u _ u d u
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C ! ! ! !


e|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------0-0h5---5---5-5-5-5-5-5-5-9p7---7-x-x-x-5--x-x-5-5-5-5-5-------------|
A|-----7---7-----7---7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-----7-x-x-x-7--x-x-7-7-7-7-7-------------|
E|-7/8-----8-----------8---8---8---8-----8-x-x-x-8--x-x-8-8-8-8-8-------------|

d _ d u d _ _ u _ u d u d u d u d _ _ u d u d u _ u d u d u d u
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Chords used for chorus:
[D/F#]


e|-3---3---3-------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-3---3---3-------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-0---2---0-------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-0---0---x-------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-x---x---3-------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-3---2-----------------------------------------------------------------------|

Verse:
Holy, holy is the Lord
Holy, holy is the Lord

Chorus:
And ra[D/F#]in down
Your love on us
Rain down Your lo[G—]ve
Ra[D/F#]in down Your grace
And cover m[G—]e

Ra[D/F#]in down
Your love on us
Rain down Your lo[G—]ve
And ra[D/F#]in down Your peace

To play the most songs, including Rain Down by David Crowder Band by ukulele, the most important basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a ton of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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