Salvation’s Tide is the title track from the Passion Salvation’s Tide Is Rising album, and it has a great hook in the chorus – very singable. It can be a bit difficult to sing because the verses are so much lower than the chorus, but that also gives it a nice lift.
In our resources we’ve shown how to play the song using key of G chords, but with a capo on the 4th fret, which is the open key of B. The original on the album is actually in C, which is one half-step higher. I find that C is pretty high for most male vocalists.
- Album: Passion – Salvation’s Tide Is Rising
- Tempo: 99 bpm, 4/4 time
- Album Key: C (male – high)
- Buy Salvation’s Tide on iTunes
Products: Chord Charts
Training Resources: Song video (acoustic) // Tutorial video (acoustic)
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The background music in this video is from Pads 4 (Evolving), available here
Chords used in this song
There is also a G/C chord, but in my experience with this song, you can just play C in it’s place.
For a lot of this song, you’ll just want to do down-strums. Once the song picks up, you can use the following pattern:
1 2 3 4 ,... d d d dudud d du,...
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Salvation’s Tide – Chart Kit – Passion (Kristian Stanfill) arrangement
Arrangement: Passion – Salvation's Tide Is Rising
Keys included: A, B, C, D, E, F, and G
Song Data: Album Key – C // Tempo: 99bpm, 4/4 time
Listen on iTunes
On the album, the song is in C which suitable for a high male lead. For most male vocalists, use key of A, B, or C. For a female voice, try E, F, or G.
Chord Chart kits include both Nashville charts and lyric charts in various keys. Your download will be in the form of a .zip file. Extract the file and you will find two folders, ”Lyric Charts and Nashville Charts”.
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