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Many arrangements of this classic are just too high to sing for most of us! So here’s one in G.
I also included the chord chart for the original chord for "sleep in heavenly peace." It’s actually not hard to play and sounds way better than cheating by staying on the Em or going back to G early. If you have a strong pinky, you can just play the 4th fret on the 5th (A) string with that, then the E on the 2nd fret of the 4th string. Like I said in the score, it’s almost exactly like playing a typical Cmaj7, but instead of the C on the 3rd fret of the 5th string, you play the C# on the 4th fret instead. Everything else, you play open (except your low E string, course!)
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