Our Hearts Are Breathing In (The More We See)

Written by: Matt Redman, Chris Tomlin

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Original Key: G


Verse 1:
Em                            Em/D
    Our hearts are breathing in
G/B                        G
    The wonders of Your name,
Csus2                              Em7/B C/B
    And we're breathing out Your praise.
Em                        Em/D
    The more we see, we sing;
G/B                     G
    The circle never ends,
Csus2                      Em7/B  C/B
    For Your glory never fades. [to Bridge 1]
Bridge 1:
    Am7                     Em
And surely as the rising sun,
     C
Your love, O Lord, endures,
     Am7               G/B
Your love endures forever.
Chorus:
C
    From the heights of Your throne
G/B
    To the depths of Your heart,
Am7           G6    Dsus4  D   G/B
    Your majesty surrounds us.
C
    In the power of Your life,
G/B
    In the grace of Your cross,
Am7             G6        Dsus4  D       C2 G/B  Am7add4 
    Your mercy, Lord, has found  us. [1.]             [to Verse 2]
                                     [2.] Repeat chorus
                                     [3.] to Mid section
Verse 2:
Em                            Em/D
    Your power we see displayed
G/B                          G
    In all that You have made:
Csus2                          Em7/B  C/B
    In the sky and sea and stars.
Em                             Em/D
    And here beneath Your cross,
G/B                          G
    Your mercy speaks so loud,
Csus2                              Em7/B   C/B
    Speaking straight into our hearts. [to Bridge 2]
Bridge 2:
    Am7                     Em  D/F♯  G  G2/B
And surely as the rising sun,
     C
Your love, O Lord, endures,
     Am7               G/B
Your love endures forever.
Mid section:
G/B     C
And the more we see, we sing,
             C6b5   G             Em7
'Holy is the name  of the Lord.'
G/B     C
And the more we see, we sing,
                 C6b5        G   Bm/F#  Em7
'There is no-one like You, God.'  [Repeat section]
Am7                  G/B
     Your majesty surrounds us,
C                       D/F♯
     Your mercy, Lord, has found us.
Am7  G/B             C    D    G 
     There is no-one like You, God.

OUR HEARTS ARE BREATHING IN THE WONDERS OF YOUR NAME
And we're breathing out Your praise
The more we see, we sing - the circle never ends
For Your glory never fades
And surely as the rising sun
Your love O Lord endures, Your love endures forever

From the heights of Your throne
To the depths of Your heart
Your majesty surrounds us
In the power of Your life
In the grace of Your cross
Your mercy Lord has found us

Your power we see displayed
In all that You have made
In the sky and sea and stars
And here beneath Your cross
Your mercy speaks so loud
Speaking straight into our hearts
And surely as the rising sun
Your love O Lord endures, Your love endures forever

And the more we see, we sing
'Holy is the name of the Lord'
And the more we see, we sing
'There is no-one like You, God'

Your majesty surrounds us
Your mercy, Lord, has found us
There is no one like You, God

Matt Redman/Chris Tomlin


Copyright © 2009 Thankyou Music/Said And Done Music/sixsteps Music/worshiptogether.com Songs/Vamos Publishing


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