"Raise a Hallelujah" by Bethel (Jonathan and Melissa Helser) is a powerful song with alternating male and female lead vocals. The chord progression follows a few simple progressions and is a medium-paced song. Although the original key is Db, you can play capo 1 using the C chord family. If you want to get better at the key of C, this is a great song to get started. Check out the charts!
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