Gifted response (We will worship You)

Written by: Matt Redman

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Original Key: D


Intro:
D2    D2#5    D2    D2#5
Verse:
D                  D2#5
This is a gifted response,
                  D                      D2#5
Father, we cannot come to You by our own merit,
        D                        D2#5
We will come in the name of Your Son,
                D                             D2#5
As He glorifies You, and in the power of Your Spirit.
        Em7                    D/F♯ 
We have come to something so mysterious,
    G                 A7sus4
Too deep for minds to comprehend,
            Em7                 D/F♯ 
Through the open door where the angels sing
        G                  A7sus4
And the host of heaven are antheming.
Chorus:
          D2
And we'll sing the glory of Your name,
     Em7
Celebrate the glories of Your grace,
        G                    Gm
We will worship You, we will worship You.
          D
And we'll make Your praise so glorious,
        Em7
Singing songs of everlasting praise,
        G                    Gm          D
We will worship You, we will worship You.

THIS IS A GIFTED RESPONSE,
Father, we cannot come to You
By our own merit,
We will come in the name of Your Son,
As He glorifies You,
And in the power of Your Spirit.
We have come to something so mysterious,
Too deep for minds to comprehend,
Through the open door where the angels sing
And the host of heaven are antheming.

And we'll sing the glory of Your name,
Celebrate the glories of Your grace,
We will worship You, we will worship You.
And we'll make Your praise so glorious,
Singing songs of everlasting praise,
We will worship You, we will worship You.

Matt Redman


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