Here’s a chord chart: deathinhisgrave-lead

Due to the overwhelming response to my commentary on the song “Death In His Grave”, I’ve decided to post this little how-to video with a chord chart.

I like to play the song with a capo on the second fret and use a “C” voicing where the key is in “D” but I chord like I’m playing in “C”.  I think it gives the song an older voicing which I personally like.  For example the verse chords would technically be D A Bm G but with capo on the 2nd fret, I would play them like they were C G Am F etc…


So… I didn’t go to church yesterday. Honestly, I didn’t go to church simply because I was tired and wanted to sleep in.  However, being Easter Sunday, I did do a bit of thinking about resurrection all day. Here are some of the thoughts that passed through my brain:

Isn’t resurrection day everyday not just Easter Sunday?
Why do church people focus so much on the cross when Jesus’ death was actually powerless without the resurrection? (at least thats what the Bible says in 1 Corinthians 15:13) 
If Christians taught more on resurrection than death, would Christianity be more interesting? Or maybe Christians might be more interesting people? Would I be more interesting?
Do we focus more on death because we don’t really understand resurrection? 
What if I focused on living resurrection instead of mostly talking about it and singing about it? 
What if I don’t have to wait until I die to be resurrected but my body, which dies a little everyday, could be resurrected every day?
What if all this stuff I talk about with my friends is actually real and not just what we do cause we grew up in the South?