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THE LOST ARE FOUND
by HILLSONG
Album: God Is Able (June 2011)
Words and Music by Ben Fielding and Sam Knock

V.1
    Em7
Everlasting
      C9           G
While earthly ages fade
   Em7
In mercy
    C9                G
Our God Your kingdom reigns


V.2
        Em7
In the Saviour
   C9                 G
Injustice brought to right
           Em7
For Your glory
           C9             G
That Your Name be lifted high


PRE-CHORUS
Am7              Em7
Lord over everything
         G    D/F#
You are near
Am7            Em7
All of the universe
         G    D/F#
At Your feet

CHORUS
G
The lost are found
               D/F#
The blind will see
Em7
The lame will walk
              C9
The dead will live
G
And You our God
   D/F#          Em7     C9
Forever You will reign


Chords worked out by mirooos

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cyber0879 10 Jul 10, 2011 04:45 PM

capo 4 and it should be like CD. im not too sure since im just playing bass to these chords

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mirooos 32 Aug 08, 2011 12:57 PM

True - capo 4 would be like the original. Forgot to add that bit. I play it in G though as I can't sing it this high - I'm a baritone. I was also working it out way before its release - we had it at Hillsong London a couple of months before then. Thanks for the comment nevertheless. Bless.

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