Wonderful Savior

Written by: Andy Bromley, J M Harris

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Original Key: A

Tempo: 140.00


Verse 1:
             F♯m   D           A
Jesus, my King, my wonderful Saviour, 
            F♯m   D            E
All of my life is given to Thee.
           D                      A
Now I am living in Your great salvation, 
D                 E                 A
Your precious blood is making me free.
Chorus:
D          A                  E
Wonderful Saviour, wonderful Saviour, 
             F♯m    D           E
You are so near, so precious to me.
            A                 E
Wonderful Saviour, wonderful Saviour, 
                 D      E              F♯m  D  A  E
My heart is filled with praises to Thee.
           A
[last time]
Verse 2: 
Freedom from sin, O wonderful story, 
All of its stains washed whiter than snow. 
Jesus has come to live in this temple; 
All of my days His love I will show. 
Verse 3: 
Jesus my Lord, I'll ever adore Thee, 
Lay at Your feet my treasures of love. 
Lead me in ways to show forth Your glory, 
Ways that will end in heaven above. 
 
Verse 4: 
When in that bright and beautiful city, 
There I will see Your glories untold, 
I will be like You, my wonderful Saviour, 
I will sing praise while ages unfold.

JESUS MY KING MY WONDERFUL SAVIOR
All of my life is given to Thee
Now I am living in your great salvation
Your precious blood is making me free

Wonderful Savior, Wonderful Savior
You are so near, so precious to me
Wonderful Savior, wonderful Savior
My heart is filled with praises to Thee

Freedom from sin, O wonderful story
All of its stains washed whiter than snow
Jesus has come to live in this temple
All of my days His love I will show

Jesus my Lord, I'll ever adore Thee
Lay at Your feet, my treasures of love
Lead me in ways to show forth Your Glory
Ways that will end in Heaven above

When in that bright and beautiful city
There I will see Your glories untold
I will be like You, my wonderful Savior
I will sing praise while ages unfold

J M Harris (1867-1934)
Adpt. words & new music by Andy Bromley


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