Life's too short to be lukewarm (When all is said and done)

Written by: Matt Redman

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Original Key: D


Verse 1:
D            Dsus2          Bm7   Bm7add4
  Life's too short to be luke - warm,
    D/A   A(no3rd)       D/G    Dsus4/G
This I know,        this I know.
D       Dsus2         Bm7    Bm7add4
  Jesus You can have it    all,
       D/A    A(no3rd)     D/G     Dsus4/G
My every breath,     my every breath.
Verse 2.3:
I need Your power to live this life,
This I know, this I know.
I can't do this by myself,
You're Christ in me,
My only hope, my only hope.
     C
As I walk this broken world,
          G/B
Tune my life to heaven's song,
             D    Dsus2
For I am Yours.
           C
And when all is said and done,
          G/B
Tune my life to heaven's song,
             D           D/A
1. Forevermore, forevermore. [1st time]
              D   Dsus2           Dsus4     D
2. Forevermore,          forevermore. [2nd time]
              D   Dsus2            D   Dsus2
3. Forevermore,          I am Yours. [3rd time]
           C
And when all is said and done,
           G/B
Tune my life to heaven's song,
             D
Forevermore.

LIFE'S TOO SHORT TO BE LUKEWARM,
This is I know, this I know.
Jesus You can have it all,
My every breath, my every breath.

I need Your power to live this life,
This I know, this I know.
I can't do this by myself,
You're Christ in me,
My only hope, my only hope

As I walk this broken world,
Tune my life to heaven's song,
For I am Yours.
And when all is said and done,
Tune my life to heaven's song,
Forevermore.

Matt Redman


Copyright © 2006 Thankyou Music

Writers: Matt Redman

Themes: Thirst for God


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