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I Lift My Hands ukulele

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 play this in Capo 3 as we can't all sing like Chris Tomlin.

VERSE 1:

G         C2
Be still, there is a healer
Em7                         D/F#
His love is deeper than the sea
G         C2
His mercy is unfailing
Em7                          D/F#
His arms, a fortress for the weak

PRE-CHORUS:

          Em7     C2        
Let Faith Arise
          G    D
Let Faith Arise

CHORUS:

G
I Lift My Hands to believe again
           Em7                 C2
You are my Refuge, you are my strength
                   G
As I Pour out my heart, these things I remember
        D              C2
You are Faithful God forever


VERSE 2:

G                    C2
Be Still, there is a river
Em7                       D
That flows from Calvary's Tree
G                    C2
A Fountain for the thirsty
Em7                         D
His Grace, that washes over me

BRIDGE:
G                           C2
Let Faith Arise (echo), Open My Eyes (echo) repeat

            
            
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