The Eyes Of My Heart

Written by: Matt Redman

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Original Key: C


Verse 1:
C         Am7                    G 
Everyday I see more of Your beauty
C          Am7                     G    B♭ 
Everyday I know more of my frailty,  Lord
                 F                  C
And I can only hope that I'll be changed
B♭        F               G 
Even as I look upon Your face
Chorus:
          C        Am7 
For the eyes of my heart
         B♭ 
They are on You forever
         F 
They are on You forever
          C         Am7 
Yes, the eyes of my heart
         B♭ 
They are on You forever
         F 
They are on You forever
Verse 2:
Everyday I see more of Your greatness
Everyday I know more of my weakness
And I can only hope that I'll be changed
Even as I look upon Your face
Bridge:
C  
Jesus, I'm in love with You
Am7   
Jesus, I'm in love with You
B♭                             F 
Jesus, I'm in love with You Lord

EVERYDAY I SEE MORE OF YOUR BEAUTY
Everyday I know more of my frailty Lord
And I can only hope that I'll be changed
Even as I look upon Your face

For the eyes of my heart
They are on You forever
They are on You forever
Yes the eyes of my heart
They are on You forever
They are on You forever

Everyday I see more of Your greatness
Everyday I know more of my weakness
And I can only hope that I'll be changed
Even as I look upon Your face

Jesus, I'm in love with You
Jesus, I'm in love with You
Jesus, I'm in love with You Lord

Matt Redman


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