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To Our God Chords

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I like to Capo this one at 2. It sounds most like the recording.


[Verse 1]

Em          C                    G
Up from the ashes, Your love has brought us
           D                  Em
Out of the darkness, into the light
            C                    G
Lifting our sorrows, bearing our burdens
            D
Healing our hearts


[Chorus 1]

        Em                           C
        To our God, we lift up one voice
                                   G
        To our God, we lift up one song
                                   D
        To our God, we lift up one voice
               Em
        Hallelujah

               C
        Hallelujah
               G
        Hallelujah
               D
        Hallelujah
               Em
        Hallelujah


[Verse 2]

Chains have been broken, eyes have been opened
An army of dry bones is starting to rise
Death is defeated, we are victorious
For You are alive


[Chorus 2]
 
                      Em          C         G         D
        We'll make His praise glorious, glorious, glorious
        For His name is glorious, glorious, glorious
        Make His praise glorious, glorious, glorious
        Shout His name so Glorious, Glorious, Glorious
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radi8 329 wrote on June 30 2013, 03:33 pm

D
Hallelujah
A
Hallelujah
F#m
Hallelujah
E
Hallelujah

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