Be Glorified (Father Let Me Dedicate)

Written by: Louie Giglio, Matt Redman, Jesse Reeves, Chris Tomlin, Lawrence Tuttiett

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Verse 1:
F             C7sus4 
Father let me dedicate
Dm7              B♭ 
All this life to thee
F           C7sus4  
In whatever worldly state
Dm7               B♭ 
Thou wilt have me be
Gm7              F/A
Not from sorrow, pain or care
B♭               C 
Freedom dare I claim
                 B♭  
This alone shall be my prayer
C7sus4          F 
    Glorify thy name
Chorus:
F          B♭    F   C 
   Be glorified  in  me
        B♭    F    C 
Be glorified
        B♭    F   C
Be glorified  in  me
        B♭   F   C 
Be glorified
Verse 2:
Can a child presume to choose
Where or how to live?
Can a Father's love refuse
All the best to give?
Let my glad heart, while it sings
Thee in all proclaim
And, whate'er the future brings
Glorify Thy name
Verses by Lawrence Tuttiet 
Adpt. Matt Redman

FATHER LET ME DEDICATE
All this life to Thee
In whatever worldly state
Thou wilt have me be
Not from sorrow, pain or care
Freedom dare I claim
This alone shall be my prayer
Glorify Thy name

Be glorified in me
Be glorified
Be glorified in me
Be glorified

Can a child presume to choose
Where or how to live?
Can a Father's love refuse
All the best to give?
Let my glad heart, while it sings
Thee in all proclaim
And, whate'er the future brings
Glorify Thy name

Verses by Lawrence Tuttiet (1825-1897)/Adpt. Matt Redman
Chorus by Louie Giglio, Jesse Reeves & Chris Tomlin


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