There Will Be No Other

Written by: Matt Redman

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Original Key: A


Intro (x2):
A    Aaug    F♯m7    Bm7
Chorus:
    A       Aaug  
Hallelujah  there will be no other
 F♯m7       Bm7  
Hallelujah  there will be no other
    A       Aaug  
Hallelujah  there will be no other
F♯m7                         Bm7  
There will be no other but You
Verse:
        A  
In the north and in the south
      Asus  
Every corner of the globe
        F♯m7  
For the weak and for the strong
         Bm7   
With the young and with the old
       A 
On and on Your praises run
          Asus 
It's an everlasting song
F♯m7                       Bm7 
There will be no other but You
                    A                  Bsus  
Your song will be heard in all of the earth
                     A 
You will have Your praise

HALLELUJAH THERE WILL BE NO OTHER
Hallelujah there will be no other
Hallelujah there will be no other
There will be no other but You


In the north and in the south
Every corner of the globe
For the weak and for the strong
With the young and with the old
On and on Your praises run
It's an everlasting song
There will be no other but You
Your song will be heard in all of the earth
You will have Your praise

Matt Redman


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