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Contemporary Christian Wedding Songs

Contemporary Christian Wedding Songs

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Artist Steven Curt Chapman
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Finger Style Guitar
Catalog # 00699309
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Contemporary Christian Wedding Songs Performed by Steven Curt Chapman. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00699309, UPC: 073999993097)

Fingerstyle arrangements in notes and tab for 15 sacred favorites perfect to p lay at weddings: Cherish the Treasure * Commitment Song * Go There with You * God Causes All Things to Grow * Household of Faith * How Beautiful * I Will Be Here * The Language of Jesus Is Love * Love Will Be Our Home * Parent's Praye r (Let Go of Two) * Seekers of Your Heart * This Is the Day (A Wedding Song) * This Very Day * The Wedding * Where There Is Love.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CHERISH THE TREASURE MOHR,JON  
COMMITMENT SONG MACHEN/STERLING  
GO THERE WITH YOU CHAPMAN,STEVEN CURT CHAPMAN,STEVEN CURT  
GOD CAUSES ALL THINGS TO GROW GREEN/CHAPMAN GREEN/CHAPMAN  
HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH LAMB/ROSASCO  
HOW BEAUTIFUL PARIS,TWILA  
I WILL BE HERE CHAPMAN,STEVEN CURT CHAPMAN,STEVEN CURT  
LANGUAGE OF JESUS IS LOVE,THE NELSON/NAISH/MCHUGH/  
LOVE WILL BE OUR HOME CHAPMAN,STEVEN CURT  
PARENT'S PRAYER (LET GO OF TWO) DAVIS,GREG  
SEEKERS OF YOUR HEART DARNALL/TUNNEY/TUNNE  
THIS IS THE DAY (A WEDDING SONG) BROWN,SCOTT WESLEY  
THIS VERY DAY ELLIOTT/OVERSTREET  
WEDDING,THE CARD,MICHAEL  
WHERE THERE IS LOVE NELSON/MCHUGH  
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