Rejoice With Trembling

Written by: Matt Redman

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Original Key: G


Intro (x2):
Bm7b5   E   Am   D/F#
Verse 1:
Bm7b5      E             Am
We could watch You from afar
      D/F♯       G
And forever be amazed
        A7/C♯        D
At how glorious You are
Bm7b5         E               Am
Yet You've drawn us close to You
            D/F♯              G
Where the wonder's greater still
           A7/C♯       D      C
And You overwhelm us God
Chorus:
          G            D/F#            Bm7b5
And we rejoice with trembling in our hearts
      C/E            Am7    G/B       C
Bring You a song of reverence and love
   G       D/F#               Bm7b5
Jesus how good how great You are
     C               Am7     G/B  C              G
And we rejoice with trembling    before Your throne
Verse 2:
Bm7b5       E               Am
Who could fully voice the praise
       D/F♯             G
Of the God of endless days
         A7/C♯            D
Tell a fraction of Your worth
Bm7b5     E          Am
For we only sing in part
        D/F♯              G
Of the grace of who You are
        A7/C♯            D    C
Just an echo just a glimpse
Inst Section:
G      D/F♯      G/F      C

WE COULD WATCH YOU FROM AFAR
And forever be amazed
At how glorious You are
Yet You've drawn us close to You
Where the wonder's greater still
And You overwhelm us God

And we rejoice with trembling in our hearts
Bring You a song of reverence and love
Jesus how good how great You are
And we rejoice with trembling
Before Your throne


Who could fully voice the praise
Of the God of endless days
Tell a fraction of Your worth
For we only sing in part
Of the grace of who You are
Just an echo just a glimpse

Matt Redman


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