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Refiner's Fire

Chords
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A:     X02220
Asus:  X02230
Bm:    X24432
D:     XX0232
Em:    022000
Em7:   020000
G:     320003


Refiner's Fire
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D    A      Bm
Purify my heart
             Em7      Asus  A  Asus A
let me be as gold and precious silver
D    A      Bm
Purify my heart,
             Em7   D    A
let me be as gold, pure gold


D   G     A
Refiner's fire
D          G     A
My heart's one desire
      D  A
is to be holy
D      G      Asus A
set apart for You Lord.
            D  A
I choose to be holy
D      G        D       A
set apart for you my master,
Em      Asus A   G       D
ready to do your will.


D    A     Bm
Purify my heart,
                   Em7     Asus A Asus A
cleanse me from within and make me holy.
D    A     Bm
Purify my heart,
                   Em7   D    A
cleanse me from my sin, deep within


D   G     A
Refiner's fire
D          G     A
My heart's one desire
      D  A
is to be holy
D      G      Asus A
set apart for You Lord.
            D  A
I choose to be holy
D      G        D       A
set apart for you my master,
Em      Asus A   G       D
ready to do your will. 

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Note: maj indicates major (written as Cmaj or just C), min indicates minor (written as Cmin or just Cm), sus indicates suspended, dim indicates diminished, aug indicates augmented. sus and sus4 are the same chords. Position 1, 2 and 3 indicate various positions on the fretboard. Numbers shown on right side of chart indicate fret number.
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