Shining Wonders Fields Of Splendor (Symphony)

Written by: Louie Giglio, Jason Ingram, Matt Maher, Matt Redman, Chris Tomlin

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Original Key: G


Verse 1:
Em7              Csus2
Shining wonders, fields of splendour,
           G              D/G
How they sing Your symphony.
    Em7             Csus2
The deepest oceans, rising mountains,
         G                D/G
How they sing Your symphony. [to Bridge]
Bridge:
          C                  D
Let the earth fear the Lord,
              C                G/B   D
And all the people of the world
Chorus:
          C/G   G    D/G
Stand in awe,
          C/G    G    D/G
Stand in awe.        [1. to Verse 2]
   Am7            G/B             D
In symphony with all created things,
Am7                 G/B               D
Sing the song that we were made to sing:
              C/G   G  D/G
We stand in awe,
              C/G   G  D/G
We stand in awe.
Verse 2:
   Em7              Csus2
My heart's ovation, Yours forever.
       G                   D/G
I will sing, sing Your praise.
    Em7          Csus2
Let every nation under heaven
             G                   D/G
Shout Your name, sing Your praise.  [to Bridge]
Mid section:
C                  Em7
    All the angels,    all the heavens,
D                G
    Every people, every nation,
C   Em7               D   G/B  
    Crying out to You.
C                    Em7
    In the skies and     in the oceans,
D                     G
    Everything that's living, breathing
C   Em7             D   G/B  
    A symphony to You.
C                Em7
There will be no greater song
       D/F♯                 G/B
In the heights above or the earth below,
C   Em7              D
    Jesus, all for You!
 C/G  G   D/G    C/G  G   D/G   

Shining wonders, fields of splendor
How they sing Your symphony
The deepest oceans, rising mountains
How they sing Your symphony

Let the earth fear the Lord
And all the people of the world
Stand in awe, stand in awe


My heart's ovation, Yours forever
I will sing, sing Your praise
Let every nation under heaven
Shout Your name, sing Your praise

In symphony with all created things
Sing the song that we were made to sing
We stand in awe, we stand in awe


All the angels, all the heavens
Every people, every nation
Crying out to You

In the skies and in the oceans
Everything that's living, breathing
A symphony to You

There will be no greater song
In the heights above or the earth below
Jesus, all for You

Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, Jason Ingram, Louie Giglio & Matt Maher


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