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Choose the Right

When they sang this song in Sacrament Meeting, I suddenly realized that I had never arranged it for guitar, and it's a natural! It's even easy to play, as there are no barre chords, except for the very last chord, it's an easy one, and you can easily substitute a single note for it. Also, there are no hard techniques or difficult chord changes. In fact, there are only four or five chords, depending on whether or not you use the final barre chord. And the other chords are all easy ones: A, E, E7, and D.

But the best part is, this song sounds super when played on the guitar.  So far, I've only played it on my classical guitar, but I'm sure it would sound just as good on steel strings, or even on an electric guitar, or even as a duet with a violin or flute. The possibilities are endless. Enjoy!