Let the chords ring out (Brand new day)

Written by: Cathy Parks, Johnny Parks, Matt Redman

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Original Key: E


Verse 1:
        B
Let the chords ring out, the music play;
    E
I'm thankful, Lord, for this great day.
C♯m                  E
You have changed me, Lord.
     B
I've left behind my guilt and shame
  E
Because You died and rose again.
C♯m                  E
You have changed me, Lord.
                   F♯  
You've changed me, Lord.
Chorus:
                 B
It's a brand new day,
                 E
It's a brand new day.
     C♯m
I'll take this risen life You give;
       F♯            B   E   F♯   E
For You I'll live.  [1.]
Verse 2:
So I'm letting go of all that's gone,
I'm soaking up this bright new dawn,
You have changed me, Lord.
The sun is rising in my life
Because the Son has paid the price;
You have changed me, Lord.
You've changed me, Lord.
Mid section:
G♯m                    E
There's no going back, there's no turning back,
           B               F♯
'Cause Christ, You are my future.
G♯m                 E
I'm not going back, I'm not turning back,
           B               F♯
'Cause Christ, You are my future.
          

LET CHORDS RING OUT, the music play
I'm thankful Lord for this great day
You have changed me Lord
I've left behind my guilt and shame
Because You died and rose again
You have changed me Lord

It's a brand new day
It's a brand new day
I'll take this risen life You give
For You I'll live, for You I'll live

So I'm letting go of all that's gone
I'm soaking up this bright new dawn
You have changed me Lord
The sun is rising in my life;
Because the Son has paid the price
You have changed me Lord

There's no going back,
There's no turning back,
Christ You are my future

Johnny Parks, Cathy Parks & Matt Redman


Copyright © 2007 Thankyou Music


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