Way Maker is a very popular song because of its simplicity, its message, and its chord flow. You'll learn more about that in the lesson. The Leeland version of this song is in the key of E; however, you can easily capo 2 and use D chords. Since this song is essentially using 4 chords, you can really just pick a key that is comfortable to you and go from there. Use the Nashvill Number chart to see the chord structure.
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