I know You love to crown the humble (Bowing Down)

Written by: Matt Redman

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Original Key: A


Intro (x2):
A2   A/C♯   B/D♯   D2  
Verse 1:
A2         F♯m7    D2              A2
I know You love    to crown the humble
  A2        F♯m7   D2                 A2
Pouring out grace  for the broken hearted
 A2           F♯m7  D2              A2
You bless the meek, You meet the lowly
 A2       F♯m7  D2         A2
Lord as I bow  lift me to You
Chorus:
   A2       A/C♯     B/D♯     D2
I keep on bowing down,      bowing down
 A2      A/C♯       B/D♯           D2
Keep on bowing down, what else can I do?
 A2       A/C♯         B/D♯    D2
K eep on bowing down,       bowing down
 A2             A/C♯   B/D♯            D2    A2   A/C♯   B/D♯   D2
What else can I do to give it all to You?
Verse 2:
I'd like to be one such believer
Keeping my knees firmly on the ground
I'd like to tread humbly before You
Lord as I bow lift me to You
Tag:
E        B/D♯            D2                                  E
  Do You smile when You see a humble believer on their knees
       B/D♯                 D2                   E♭/F
And my Lord will You be pleased to look upon me, to look upon me

I KNOW YOU LOVE TO CROWN THE HUMBLE
Pouring out grace for the broken heart
You bless the meek You meet the lowly
Lord as I bow lift me to You

I keep on bowing down bowing down
Keep on bowing down
What else can I do
Keep on bowing down bowing down
What else can I do

To give it all to You 

Do You smile when You see
A humble believer on their knees
And my Lord will You be pleased
To look upon me
To look upon me

I'd like to be one such believer
Keeping my knees firmly on the ground
I'd like to tread humbly before You
Lord as I bow lift me to You

Matt Redman


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