I lift You high (You must increase)

Written by: Matt Redman

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Original Key: E


Verse:
E2                       G♯m7
I  lift  You  high,  and  bow  down  low, 
     C♯m7
How  high  can  You  be?
     A2
How  low  can  I  go? 
E2                       G♯m7
I  lift  You  high,  and  bow  down  low, 
     C♯m7
How  high  can  You  be? 
     A2                    E2
How  low  can  I  go,  (O  Lord ? (first time only) )
Chorus:
C2                     Bm7                A2
You  must  increase,  I  must  decrease,  Lord. 
C2                     D               E2
I'll  bow  down,  and  You  will  be  adored. 
Outro:
E
Bow  down,  bow  down

I LIFT YOU HIGH and bow down low
How high can You be
How low can I go
I lift You high and bow down low
How high can You be
How low can I go

You must increase
I must decrease Lord
I'll bow down
And You will be adored

Matt Redman


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