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X Worship 2006

X Worship 2006

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Composer Dudley/Gilespie/Mars
Artist Delirous?
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Recorded Version (GUITAR)
Catalog # 00690821
Permanently Out of Print
Digital version also available for purchase. Click here.

Product Description

X Worship 2006 Composed by Dudley/Gilespie/Mars. Performed by Delirous?. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00690821, UPC: 884088022136)

15 of the most rockin' CCM hits of the year transcribed note-for-note with tab for guitar. Songs include, Breathe You In, Do Not Move, Everything About You, inding Who We Are, I Am Understood, I Wait For The Lord, In The Burning, Laid o Rest, Mathias Replaces Judas, My Glorious, Redemption Passion Glory, Release The Deep, Some Will Seek Forgiveness Others Escape, Spirit, and When All We Ha e Is Taken.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BREATHE YOU IN  
DO NOT MOVE  
EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU  
FINDING WHO WE ARE Digital Delivery
I AM UNDERSTOOD  
I WAIT FOR THE LORD  
IN THE BURNING  
LAID TO REST  
MATHIAS REPLACES JUDAS  
MY GLORIOUS  
REDEMPTION PASSION GLORY  
RELEASE THE DEEP  
SOME WILL SEEK FORGIVENESS OTHER ESCAPE DELIROUS?  
SOME WILL SEEK FORGIVENESS OTHERS ESCAPE UNDEROATH DUDLEY/GILESPIE/MARS  
SPIRIT  
WHEN ALL WE HAVE IS TAKEN  

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