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A Greater Song Chords

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A Greater Song: Paul Baloche

(Verse 1)
D/F#         G/B      C2 
Who could imagine a melody
D/F#             G/B          C2 
True enough to tell of Your mercy 
D/F#       G/B         C2 
Who could imagine a harmony 
D/F#               G/B          C2 
Sweet enough to tell of Your love     

(Pre-Chorus)
             Em7                         D/F# 
I see the heavens proclaiming You day after day 
        G                                  C2 
And I know in my heart that there must be a way 

(Chorus)
            G         D/F#   Em7                           CM7 
To sing a greater song, a greater song to You on the earth 
            G         D/F#   Em7                           CM7 
To sing a greater song, a greater song to You on the earth 
            G         D/F#   Em7                           CM7 
To sing a greater song, a greater song to You on the earth 
            G         D/F#   Em7                           CM7 
To sing a greater song, a greater song to You on the earth 

(Verse 2)
D/F#        G/B         C2 
Who could imagine a symphony 
D/F#               G/B           C2 
Grand enough to tell of Your glory
D/F#         G/B                 C2 
Our highest praise but be a feeble breath 
D/F#                 G/B          C2 
A whisper of Your thunderous worth 
http://www.paulbaloche.com/
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