When can I go (Deep calls to deep)

Written by: Matt Redman

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Original Key: G


v1.
G           Cmaj7                 G
When can I go and meet with God?
             Cmaj7             Em
My soul is weak, my body tired.
            Cmaj7               G
Can it be here, can it be now?
                               Cmaj7
I need to find that place again.
v2.
G           Cmaj7                  G
When can I come and meet You, God?
                 Cmaj7            Em
I thirst inside for heaven's touch.
             Cmaj7             G
Let it be here, let it be now;
                               Cmaj7
I need to find that place again

WHEN CAN I GO and meet with God
My soul is weak my body tired
Can it be here
Can it be now
I need to find that place again

Where deep calls to deep
In the roar of Your waterfalls
You're calling me
With the force of Your love
Let Your waves sweep
Over all the dry places Lord
Usher me in
To the depths of Your heart

Where deep calls to deep
Where deep calls to deep
Where deep calls to deep
Where deep calls to deep

When can I come and meet You God
I thirst inside for heaven's touch
Let it be here
Let it be now
I need to find that place again

I want to know Your risen power
I need to share Your sufferings
And as I die to my own will
Lord raise me to that place again

Where deep calls to deep
In the roar of Your waterfalls
You're calling me
With the force of Your love
Let Your waves sweep
Over all the dry places Lord
Usher me in
To the depths of Your heart
Where deep calls to deep
Where deep calls to deep
Where deep calls to deep
Where deep calls to deep

Matt Redman


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