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Let everything that has breath
by Hillsongs
tabbed by Tobats
email: gatecrusher07@yahoo.com

...I just try to submit this because I think it's kinda accurate, I hope that I've got 
right... sa church kc namin C-F ung intro, pro I'm sure C Lng un.
try nio toh.

intro:
e|---------------|-------3----------------|
B|------3--------|-----------5b--3--------|
G|--4h5-5--------|--5h5-------------5-----|
D|--5-5---(6X)---|--4-5----------------5--|
A|--3-3----------|--3-3-------------------|
E|---------------|------------------------|

verse: C/E-F-Am-G/B (2X)
refrain: G-F-G-F/A-G/B
chorus: C-F-Am-F (2X)

Verse1:
Praise HIm in the sanctuary
Praise HIm in the mighty Heavens
Praise Him
All the earth praise HIm

Verse2:
Praise Him in His awesome power
Praise His greath and holy name
Praise Him
The whole world praise Him

refrain:
From the rising of the sun
Let His praise be heard
From the east to the west
And the north to south

chorus:
Let everything that has breath
Praise the Lord forever
Let everything in my soul
Praise the Lord

            
            
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