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Lord Your Goodness Chords

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Lord Your Goodness– Hillsong
Key:C
INTRO:C  -  F#m7  -  G   - D  -  Em7  -  G x2      
VERSE I:
       Am7                      D7
I will come to You with an open heart
      F                             C
And bring a sacrifice of praise
G    -  Am7                         D7
I have    seen Your pow'r in the Holy place
     G                                      D
And I have known Your mighty ways
C             Dm7         Am7
I will remember Your mercy
    D           D7       F
And Lord Your faithfulness

CHROUS:
                C                          Em7             F
Lord Your goodness and Your love will follow me
    C     Dm7         F
All  the    days of my life
         C                     Em7             F
I'm surrounded with the favour of the Lord
 C           D7- F     ( C - Em7- C) 
Always and forever

(REPEAT VERSE I & CHORUS)

C             Dm7         Am7
I will remember Your mercy
    D           D7       F
And Lord Your faithfulness 
C                          Em7             F
Lord Your goodness and Your love will follow me
    C     Dm7         F
All  the    days of my life
        C                     Em7             F
I'm surrounded with the favour of the Lord
 C           D7- F   ( C - Em7 - C) 
Always and forever

(REPEAT CHORUS)

ENDING:
C           D7- F   ( C - Em7 - C) 
Always and forever 
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