#4
aww get lost, that avatar is really disturbing. bloody ironic.

soz, i have no clue either.
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#5
Amazing Grace...?


Really, any church song can be played with piano and guitar just playing the chords.
#6
Yeah, transposition is your friend.
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#7
Higland cathedral sounds great, but i doesn't last very long
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That one last shot's a Permanent Vacation
And how high can you fly with broken wings?
Life's a journey not a destination
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#8
anything. when i play at church, i just play solos to the songs. or just improv with some scales and stuff.
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#10
They Hung Him On A Cross - Nirvana

It's simple chords, so go for it.
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#11
Light the fire
Every Move I Make
Dive
Blind Man
Pharoh Pharoh
Blessed be the name of the lord

those are all no name songs, but im in a church band as well as my band, and those are some of the songs we play. except we're a full band.

OH! you should also look for stuff by bands like Fusebox and Petra.
#12
you could play let it be by the beatles
that has piano and one lead guitar
and it's kind of inspirational
#13
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I guess most church songs are just rip-offs of pop songs, but that one is it at it's worst.

Get some Hillsong.
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