Day After Day

Written by: Tim Hughes

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Original Key: D


Intro:
E   F♯m7   D    E   F♯m7   D 
Verse 1:
E        F♯m7
Day after day
       D 
I'll search to find You
E        F♯m7 
Day after day
      D 
I'll wait for You
      E        F♯m7 
The deeper  I   go
     D                 E   F♯m7    D 
The more I love Your name
Chorus:
             A     E         Bm7 
So keep my heart pure and my ways true
     A     E     D 
As I fol - low You
        A       E              Bm7 
Keep me hum  -  ble, I'll stay mindful
         A       E     D 
Of Your merc  -  ies  Lord
Verse 2:
I'll cherish Your Word
I'll seek Your presence
I'll chase after You with all I have
For one day I know I'll see You face to face

DAY AFTER DAY, I'll search to find You;
Day after day, I'll wait for You.
The deeper I go, the more I love Your name.

So keep my heart pure,
And my ways true,
As I follow You.
Keep me humble,
I'll stay mindful
Of Your mercies, Lord.

I'll cherish Your word,
I'll seek Your presence,
I'll chase after You with all I have.
As one day I know
I'll see You face to face. 


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