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"Worship Experience" William Murphy
« on: April 06, 2008, 08:09:49 AM »
Here is a nice simple version of this song.  Yall can forget about me posting all those doggone runs, LOL.  Enjoy!!!

"Worship Experience" by: William Murphy
Key Db  LH/RH

Part 1:

When I
Gb / Bb-Db-F-Ab  come into Your presence
F / A-Db-Eb-Ab  I can
Bb / Ab-C-Eb  feel Your annointing, like an
Eb / Ab-Db-F  overflowing
Ab / Bb-Db-Gb  fountain,
Db / Gb-Cb-Eb  mmmm,
/ F-Ab-Db
(repeat)

Part 2:

Lord I
Gb / Db-F-Ab  wor-
Ab / C-Eb-Ab  ship
Bb / C-Db-Eb-Ab  You, for
Ab / C-Eb-Ab  Your
Bb / C-Db-Eb-Ab  righ-
C / Ab-C-Eb  teous-
Db / Ab-Db-F  ness, Lord
Bb / C-Eb-Ab  I
Eb / Db-F-Ab  ho-
F / C-Eb-Ab  nor
Gb / Db-F-Ab  You, for
Ab / C-Eb-Ab  Your
Bb / C-Db-Eb-Ab  ho-
C / Ab-C-Eb  li-
Db / Ab-Db-F  ness,

(key change to E)
C# / B-E-F#-B  Lord I
F# / E-G#-B  en-
G# / D#-F#-B  tered
A / E-G#-B  in
B / G#-B-E  be-
C# / F#-B-D#  yond
D# / D#-F#-B  the
E / E-G#-B  veil,
C# / D#-F#-B  to
F# / E-G#-B  wor-
G# / D#-F#-B  ship
A / E-G#-B  You, and to com-

(key change back to Db)
Ab / Ab-Db-Eb-Ab  mune with You,
Db / Cb-Eb-Gb-Bb
/ Cb-Eb-F-Ab

Then the song goes back to Part 1 and repeats all over again.  Part 1 gets modulated a couple of times, so u can just take those same chords up 1/2 step. 

All the words might not line up perfectly with the chords, so listen to the song for rhythm and timing.
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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2008, 08:10:15 AM »
Chord symbol version:

"Worship Experience" by: William Murphy
Key Db  RH/LH

Part 1:

When I
GbM9  come into Your presence
F7 #5/b9  I can
Ab/Bb  feel Your annointing, like an
Db/Eb  overflowing
Gb/Ab  fountain,
Cb/Db  mmmm,
Db
(repeat)

Part 2:

Lord I
Db/Gb  wor-
Ab  ship
Ab/Bb  You, for
Ab  Your
Ab/Bb  righ-
Ab/C  teous-
Db  ness, Lord
Ab/Bb  I
Db/Eb  ho-
Fm7  nor
Db/Gb  You, for
Ab  Your
Ab/Bb  ho-
Ab/C  li-
Db  ness,

(key change to E)
C#m7  Lord I
E/F#  en-
G#m7  tered
E/A  in
E/B  be-
B/C#  yond
B/D#  the
veil,
B/C#  to
E/F#  wor-
G#m7  ship
E/A  You, and to com-

(key change back to Db)
Absus4  mune with You,
Cb/Db
Dbm9
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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #2 on: April 06, 2008, 07:04:58 PM »
I'll have to try this.  Do you happen to have Hear My Prayer chords by William Murphy.  Tried to find the sheet music with no luck.  I'm just learning to play by ear and struggling but it's coming slowly.  Be Blessed!
I sought the Lord, and He heard me, and delivered me from all my fears.  Psalm 34:4

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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #3 on: April 07, 2008, 10:13:16 PM »
I'll have to try this.  Do you happen to have Hear My Prayer chords by William Murphy.  Tried to find the sheet music with no luck.  I'm just learning to play by ear and struggling but it's coming slowly.  Be Blessed!

I am familiar with that song, but I don't have the chords for it.  I know the basic pattern for it, I can give u that if that will help.
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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #4 on: April 07, 2008, 11:55:52 PM »
For the vamp of the song when they say I need a worship experience and etc. are those the same chords for part 1? If not can you post those please

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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #5 on: April 08, 2008, 03:46:20 PM »
For the vamp of the song when they say I need a worship experience and etc. are those the same chords for part 1? If not can you post those please

They are the same:

Then the song goes back to Part 1 and repeats all over again.  Part 1 gets modulated a couple of times, so u can just take those same chords up 1/2 step. 
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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #6 on: April 08, 2008, 08:06:05 PM »
T-Block, any help will be greatly appreciated!!.  Thank you very, very much. :)
I sought the Lord, and He heard me, and delivered me from all my fears.  Psalm 34:4

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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #7 on: May 03, 2008, 07:47:42 AM »
which album is this on??? i heard a song with the same title, but can't find which cd this is on :(

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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #8 on: May 03, 2008, 02:18:05 PM »
which album is this on??? i heard a song with the same title, but can't find which cd this is on :(

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I got it off the WOW Gospel 2005 soundtrack.
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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #9 on: May 03, 2008, 08:48:45 PM »
thanx

i think i have that one somewhere ;D ;D

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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #10 on: May 07, 2009, 04:23:52 PM »
Thanks T main!!!!







Pastor William Murphy sings "Worship Experience" live from the Gospel Heritage Foundation Conference in 2003. Available on the album Gospel Today Presents: Praise and Worship, Vol. 2. (Produced by Kevin Bond)


should have known it was him playing... by his style.

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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #11 on: May 07, 2009, 05:15:07 PM »
Thanks for the post T-Block...
Defining the heart of a servant through worship.......

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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #12 on: May 07, 2009, 05:47:37 PM »
I'm a bit confused here, are those slash chords, or LH/RH format? I see LH/RH but they look like slash chords.

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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #13 on: May 07, 2009, 05:56:39 PM »
the slash goes in between the LH and RH so you know what key and chord to hit on witch hand.

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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #14 on: May 07, 2009, 08:30:39 PM »
the slash goes in between the LH and RH so you know what key and chord to hit on witch hand.

Oh, thanks... I accidentally skipped the part where he posted the LH/RH version, I just read the chord symbol version and seen LH/RH at the top  of the post and I was like, 'wait a minute, those chords are in the wrong order!'

My bad Mr. Block.

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Re: "Worship Experience" William Murphy
« Reply #15 on: May 08, 2009, 04:54:48 PM »
Oh, thanks... I accidentally skipped the part where he posted the LH/RH version, I just read the chord symbol version and seen LH/RH at the top  of the post and I was like, 'wait a minute, those chords are in the wrong order!'

You know what, ur absolutely right. That LH/RH key for the chords symbol version is wrong. When I go back to post the chord symbols, I forgot to switch that from LH/RH to RH/LH. That is my bad.

However, people who are experts at chord symbols won't get fooled by that. They automatically know what to play. I guess I should go back and switch for those who are just getting into chord symbols.
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