Come, Thou Almighty King


listen: ORC

Words: anonymous
Music: Felice de Giardini
Key: D major
Time Sig: 3/4
Tempo: 118 | mid tempo
CCLI #: 5252491
Verse: Psalm 95:3
04.11.22 Updated with new recording, enhanced vocal and instrumental parts, transposed chord charts and multitracks.

Combine Come Thou Almighty King with other upbeat praise songs in D or E like "Let Everything That Has Breath" and "Sing to the King."

Try starting your praise set with Come Thou Almighty King and following it with an acoustic, stripped down version of Hillsong's "Mighty to Save."

Ben Kunz from River Valley Christian Fellowship suggests "Sandwich this arrangement between "Sing to the King" (Foote/Horne, in E or D/E) and "Jesus Messiah" (Carson/Tomlin/Cash/Reeves, in a more singable E.)

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