Acoustic Guitar Stock Photo Guitar sheets (G-sheets)
are NOT in redable music notation.

G-sheets are only a way to include time
indications coordinating the lyrics of a
song with its cords for guitar.

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Hymns suitable for the Roman Catholic Mass.
Chords, Lyrics and metric for guitar players

Guitar chord sheets (G-sheets) are a one page rendition of a song with lyrics and guitar chords.  Just click on one of the links below, to see an example.

The G-sheet symbolism is more precise, as the chords are written in "metric" (timing rules) that follows the tune metric. For example, each of the "beats" in music usually falls on the syllables where the "tonic accent" falls in the lyrics.

By using this symbolism, the guitar player can play the song for a choir even without knowing or remembering exactly the melody of the song.

The lyrics are taken from publicly available free internet sources, such as or (a division of OCP).

The lyrics are colored in blue, so that when G-sheets are printed with black ink only, the lyrics will show lighter than the chords, for ease of readability for the guitar player.



Although most of the symbolism is self explanatory, this note may help.


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Abba Father (Landry)

Again we keep this solemn fast (Bach)

All are welcome (Haugen)

Alle, Alle, Alleluia (Ho Lung)

Alleluia, alleluia (Beethoven)

Alleluia, alleluia, let the holy anthem rise (tradit.)

Alleluia sing to Jesus (Dix)

All glory, laud and honor (St. Theodulph)

All hail, adored Trinity (traditional)

All my days (Shutte)

All praise and glad thanksgiving (Farrell)

All that is hidden (Farrell)

All the ends of the Earth (Dufford)

Amazing grace (Newton)

America (Smith)

America the beautiful (Ward)

Angels from the Realms of Glory (Smart)

Angels we have heard on high (traditional)

Ashes (Conry)

As I have done for you (Schutte)

As with gladness men of old (Kocher)

Ave Maria (Norbet)

A voice cries out (Joncas)

Away in a manger (Mueller)

Beautiful Savior (St. Elizabeth)

Because the Lord is my shepherd (Walker)

Behold the Lamb (Willett)

Behold the Lamb of God (Dufford)

Behold the wood (Shutte)

Be not afraid (Dufford)

Be Thou my vision (Byrne)

Be with me Lord (Joncas)

Beyond the days (Manalo)

Blessed feasts of blessed martyrs (traditional)

Blest are they (Hoy)

Blest be the Lord (Schutte)

Bread of angels (Stephan)

Bread of life (Fisher)

Canticle of the Sun (Haugen)

Celtic Alleluia (Walker)

Change our hearts (Cooney)

Child of the poor (Soper)

Christ before us (Whitaker)

Christ be our light (Farrell)

Christ, circle round us (Shutte)

Christians, let us love one another (Picardy)

Christ in me arise (Thomson)

Christ is arisen (DeBruyn)

Christ, the Lord, is risen today (Wesley)

Church of God Elect and Glorious (Pritchard)

City of God (Schutte)

Come, Holy Ghost (Maurus)

Come o Holy Spirit, come (Beethoven)

Come, thou long-expected Jesus (Stuttgart)

Come to me (Norbet)

Come to the river (Hurd)

Come to the water (Foley)

Come, ye thankful people, come (Alford)

Creator of the stars of night (traditional)

Did you know? (Farrell)

Dwelling place (Foley)

Earthen vessels (Foley)

Eat this bread (Taize)

Emmanuel (Angrisano)

Eye has not seen (Haugen)

Faith of our fathers (Faber)

Father of peace (Lynch)

Festival canticle: Worthy is Christ (Hillert)

Fill my cup, Lord (Jackson)

Flow, river flow (Hurd)

Fly like a bird (Canedo)

For all the saints (Williams)

For the healing (Kaan)

Forty days and forty nights (Smyttan)

For you are my God (Foley)

From the depths we cry to thee (Heinlein)

Gather the people (Schutte)

Gather us in (Haugen)

Gather your people (Hurd)

Give me ears to listen (Smith)

Give thanks to the Lord (Shutte)

Glory and praise to our God (Schutte)

Glory in the cross (Schutte)

God be in my head (Brown)

God is love (Abbot's Leigh)

God is love (Joncas)

God rest you merry, gentlemen (traditional)

God's holy gifts (Schutte)

God, we praise you (Nettleton)

Good Christian friends, rejoice (Lieder)

Good king Wenceslas (traditional)

Go, tell it on the mountain (Work)

Hail Mary: Gentle woman (Landry)

Hail Holy Queen (traditional)

Hail the day that sees him rise (Wesley)

Hark! The herald angels sing (Mendelssohn)

Here at this table (Whitaker)

Here I am (Booth)

Here I am, Lord (Schutte)

Holy darkness (Schutte)

Holy God we praise thy name (Franz)

Holy, Holy, Holy (Dykes)

Holy is His name (Talbot)

Hosea - come back to me (Norbet)

How can I keep from singing (Lowry)

How great Thou art (Boberg)

I am the bread of life (Toolan)

If you love me (Consiglio)

I have loved you (Joncas)

I heard the voice of Jesus (Bonar)

I know that my Redemer lives (Soper)

I know that my Redemer lives (Street)

Immaculate Mary (Gaignet)

In Christ alone (Getty, Townend)

Infant holy, infant lowly (traditional)

In God alone (Farrell)

In His temple now behold Him (Wade)

I sing the mighty power of God (Watts)

It came upon a midnight clear (Willis)

Jesus Christ is risen today (traditional)

Jesus, the Lord (O'Connor)

Joyful joyful we adore Thee (Van Dyke)

Joy to the world (Handel)

Lead me Lord (Becker)

Let all things now living (Grove)

Let heaven rejoice (Dufford)

Let there be peace on earth (Miller)

Let us go to the altar (Shutte)

Lift high the cross (Nicholson)

Lift up your hearts (O'Connor)

Like a child rests (Walker)

Like a shepherd (Dufford)

Litany of peace (Bridge)

Look beyond (Ducote)

Lord, send out your spirit (Canedo)

Lord who throughout these forty days (St. Flavian)

Lord whose love in humble service (Bayly)

Lord you have come to the seashore (Gabarain)

Loving and forgiving (Soper)

Maranatha (Westphal)

Mary's song (Rieth)

Mary, woman of the promise (traditional)

May God bless you (Van Grieken)

Miracle of Grace (Stephan)

Miracle of Grace <simpler> (Stefan)

Morning has broken (Farjeon)

Mother dear, o pray for me (Woodbury)

Night of silence (Kantor)

Now let us sing (unknown)

Now, the green blade rises (Nouvelet)

Now we remain (Haas)

Now thank we all our God (Dunket)




O beauty, ever ancient (O'Connor)

O bless the Lord (Michaels)

O breathe on me o Breath of God (Hatch)

O come, all ye faithful (traditional)

O come, divine Messiah (traditional)

O come, little children (Schultz)

O come, O come, Emmanuel (traditional)

Of the Father's love begotten (Prudentius)

O God, almighty father (Gesangbuch)

O God beyond all praising (Perry)

O Holy Mary (Alstott)

Oh when the Saints (unknown)

O little town of Bethlehem (St.Louis)

O Lord I am not worthy (traditional)

On Eagle's wings (Joncas)

One bread one body (Foley)

One Lord (Soper)

One love released (Frenzel/Kyel)

One Spirit, one Church (Keil)

On Jordan's bank (Wittwe)

Only a shadow (Landry)

Only this I want (Schutte)

On this day, O beautiful Mother (Lambillotte)

Open my eyes (Manibusan)

O Sacrament most Holy (traditional)

O sacred head, surrounded (Hassler)
O Sanctissima (traditional)

Our God is here (Muglia)

Our God reigns (Smith)

Pange lingua gloriosi (traditional)

Panis angelicus (Franck)

Panis angelicus (Lambillotte)

Parable (Ridge)

Patience, people (Foley)

Peace (Norbet)

Peace is flowing like a river (Landry)

People look East (Farjeon)

Praise God, from whom (Bourgeois)

Praise the Lord (Beethoven)

Praise to the Lord (Den Herren)

Praise to you, o Christ, our Savior (Farrell)

Prayer of St. Francis (Temple)

Psalm 42: As the deer longs (Harkin)

Rain down (Cortez)

Rejoice, the Lord is King (Wesley)

Remember your love (Ducote)

Rise up with Him (Vogt)

Rise up shepherd and follow (traditional)

River of glory (Schutte)

Save us o Lord (Dufford)

Save your people (Farrell)

See amid the winter's snow (Keil)

See how the Virgin waits (traditional)

Seed, scattered and sown (Feiten)

Seek Ye First (Lafferty)

Send us your Spirit (Haas)

Send us your Spirit (Schutte)

Sent forth by God's blessing (Westendorf)

Servant song (McGargill)

Shelter me o God (Hurd)

Shepherd me o God (Haugen)

Shepherd of souls (Montgomery)

Signed by ashes (Keil)

Silent Night (Gruber)

Sing a new song (Schutte)

Sing of Mary (Palmer)

Sing o sing (Schutte)

Sing out Earth and Skies (Haugen)

Sing to the mountains (Dufford)

Sing with all the saints in glory (Irons)

Song of the body of Christ (Haas)

Songs of thankfulness and praise (Hintze)

Soon and very soon (Crouch)

Speak, Lord (Uszler)

Spirit and Grace (Manalo)

Spirit, come (Norbet)

Stabat Mater (St. Thomas)

Table of plenty (Schutte)

Take my hands (Temple)

Take the word of God with you (Walker)

Take up your cross (Everest)

Taste and see (Hurd)

Taste and see (Moore)

The advent of our King (Coffin)

The center of my life (Inwood)

The cry of the poor (Foley)

The first Noel (traditional)

The glory of these forty days (Bach)

The God of all grace (Manalo)

The great forerunner of the morn (Wittwe)

The King of Glory (traditional)

The King of kings Christ Jesus reigns (Farrell)

The King of love my shepherd is (Baker)

The King shall come (Thomson)

The light of Christ (Fishel)

The Lord is my hope (Ridge)

The Lord is my light (Walker)

There is a balm in Gilead (traditional)

There is one Lord (Alstott)

There's a wideness in God's mercy (Faber)

These alone are enough (Schutte)

The servant song (Gillard)

The snow lay on the ground (traditional)

The Spirit send us forth (Dufner)

The summons (Bell)

The supper of the Lord (Rosania)

The whole world is waiting for love (Misetich)

They'll know we are Christians (Sholtes)

This alone (Manion)

Though the mountains may fall (Schutte)

Three days (Holst)

To be your bread (Haas)

To Jesus Christ, our sovreign king (trad.)

To praise you (Schutte)

To you, O God, I lift up my soul (Hurd)

Transfigure us o Lord (Joncas)

Turn to me (Foley)

Two were bound for Emmaus (Hurd)

Ubi caritas (Rosania)

Unless a grain of wheat (Farrell)

Vine and branches (Thomson)

Waiting in silence (Landry)

Wake from your sleep (Schutte)

We are called (Haas)

We are many parts (Haugen)

We belong to you (Thomson)

We gather together (Kremser)

We have been told (Haas)

We remember (Haugen)

We three kings (Hopkins)

We praise you (Ducote)

Were you there (traditional)

We walk by faith (Haugen)

We will rise again (Haas)

What child is this (traditional)

Whatsoever you do (Jabusch)

What wondrous love is this (Walker)

When I survey the wondrous cross (Mason)

When Jesus comes to be baptized (Havergal)

Where there is love (Haas)

With one voice (Manalo)

With the Lord (Joncas)

Worthy is the Lamb (Manalo)

Ye watchers and ye holy ones (Riley)

You alone (Hart)

You are mine (Haas)

You are near (Schutte)

Your words are spirit and life (Farrell)



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