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Lord I Lift Your Name On High Chords

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TITLE: LORD I LIFT YOUR NAME ON HIGH
ARTIST: PETRA
TABBER: MITZO ANACLETO (mitz2cyberworld@yahoo.com) add me in facebook



Intro: C F G F G C


Verse:


C     F                   G    F-G
Lord, I lift your name on high
C     F                   G    F-G
lord, I love to sing your praises
C     F                   G    F-G
I'm so glad you're in my life
C     F                   G    F-G
I'm so glad you came to save us



Chorus:
C               F         G      F         C
You came from Heaven to Earth to show the way
            F           G        F         C
From the Earth to the cross my debt to pay
            F           G              Em          Am
from the cross to the grave, from the grave to the sky
       Dm           G        C    F-G-C     
Lord, I lift your name on high

(Repeat Verse)
(Repeat Chorus 2x)






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