Brokenness Aside

Written by: Leslie Jordan, David Leonard

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Original Key: C

Tempo: 136.00


VERSE 1
          C      Dm  Am
Will Your grace  run out
     C   Dm  Am
If I let You down
       C   Dm  Am          F      G
'Cause all I   know is how to run
F       C                    G             Am
 I am a sinner, if it's not one thing it's another
F             C                 G
 Caught up in words, tangled in lies
F          C                   G          Am
 You are a Savior and You take brokenness aside
    G       F     C          G
And make it beautiful, beautiful
VERSE 2
         C    Dm  Am
Will You call me  child
       C    Dm Am
When I tell You	lies
       C    Dm  Am          F      G
'Cause all  I	know is how to cry
Repeat CHORUS 
INSTRUMENTAL
Dm Am C G 
Dm Am G
BRIDGE
Dm            Am
  You make it beautiful
C             G     Dm   Am  G
  You make it beautiful
Dm            Am
  You make it beautiful
C             G     Dm  Am  G
  You make it beautiful
Repeat CHORUS 1
CHORUS 2
Dm      Am                  C                G
 I am a sinner, if it's not one thing it's another
Dm            Am                G
 Caught up in words, tangled in lies
Dm         Am                  C           G
 You are a Savior and You take brokenness aside
            Dm    Am          G 
And make it beautiful, beautiful
Repeat
ENDING
    G       F     C         G
And make it beautiful, beautiful
    G       F     C         G
And make it beautiful, beautiful

Will Your grace run out
If I let You down
'Cause all I know
Is how to run

'Cause I am a sinner
If it's not one thing it's another
Caught up in words
Tangled in lies
But You are a Savior
And You take brokenness aside
And make it beautiful
Beautiful

Will You call me child
When I tell You lies
Cause all I know
Is how to cry

You make it beautiful
You make it beautiful


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