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True Worshippers Youth - Alleluia To Christ The Lord chords

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[Intro]
G A D   G A D
G A Bm  G A D

[Verse]
               G     A/C# D
I will lift my heart and  sing
               G   A/C# D
I will worship You my   king
                 G   A/C#  Bm
Earth and Heaven now pro - claim
                 G      A/C# D
Jesus Christ the migh - ty   name

[Chorus]
  G     A     D       G      A   D
Alle –  lu -  ia, Alle – lu -  ia,
  G     A     Bm           G    A          D
Alle –  lu -  ia, Alleluia to Christ the Lord

[Verse]
                      G       A/C# D
Through the storm and rag – ing  sea
             G  A/C# D
I will never be a -  lone
                   G   A  Bm
When my hope seems out of sight
                G     A    D
I know You will shine Your light

[Chorus]
  G     A     D       G      A   D
Alle –  lu -  ia, Alle – lu -  ia,
  G     A     Bm           G    A          D
Alle –  lu -  ia, Alleluia to Christ the Lord

            
            
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