Elvis Presley Religious Songs
For the Acoustic

Elvis Presley Gospel Songs For The Acoustic

On this Elvis Presley Religious Songs page are the remaining three acoustic guitar demos along with free pdf chord sheets, rhythm tips and more. Embedded videos take longer loading times to these pages will be limited from 3-5 tutorial demos per page.

Elvis Presley Religious Songs
Chords, Lyrics, Demos & PDFs 

1. Somebody Bigger Than You And I

This song is a known gospel standard that was written by three different writers and Elvis recorded this song for his 1967 album "How Great Thou Art". Other who have recorded this song include Bobby Brown, Faith Evans and Johnny Gill.

  • Drop D Tuning = No
  • Capo = 3rd
  • Rhythm = down down up down up down down and repeat will work for this one
  • Picking = No
  • Chords = G, Em, Am, D7, Bm, C, D, Adim, Eb, A7sus and a Dsus

2. Where Did They Go But To The Load

This song appears on the 1967 Elvis album entitled "How Great Thou Art". There isn't much in about the song except to say it's also known by the title Where Could I Go But To The Lord.

  • Drop D Tuning = No
  • Capo = No
  • Rhythm = a simple root down up down up and repeat with a quick shuffle at the end
  • Picking = No
  • Chords = D, Bm, A7, G, A/Db, Em, E7 and a Ddim

3. You Gave Me A Mountain

In 1969 Frankie Laine released this song as a single and it peaked at #24 for him. Marty Robbins wrote and recorded this song but never released it as a single. Elvis did record the song but also never released it as a single but performed the song at many concerts throughout the 1970s. 

  • Drop D Tuning = No
  • Capo = No
  • Rhythm = down up stop up down -- down up stop up down
  • Picking = Riffs
  • Chords = C, Em, Am, F, Gsus, G, F, A# and an Eb

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