Join In The Sound

Written by: Anthony Hoisington, Chris Hoisington, Glenn Packiam

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Original Key: A


INTRO
A2
  Tune my heart up, tune my heart up, join in the sound, the sound
A2
  Tune my heart to sing Your praise, join in the sound, the sound
VERSE 1
D                   E               D                   E
  Tune my heart to sing Your praise,   turn my eyes to see Your face
F♯m7                E                 F♯m7                   E
    Open my ears to hear You calling,     fill this place up with Your glory
CHORUS
A2                                       F♯m7
Join in the sound, the sound of creation,    let all the earth be filled and then flooded
E                          D                     A2
Drenched in Your love, and I am in love with You,   Jesus
VERSE 2
D                     E                  D                            E
  Let me move in the rhythm of Your love,   prepare the way that Your Kingdom comes
F♯m7                  E            F♯m7                  E/G♯
    Be the voice that I will carry,    fill the world up with Your glory
Repeat CHORUS twice
INTERLUDE
    B2    C♯m7    E2    F♯    G♯m7    F♯/A♯
BRIDGE
B2
  Fill every heart, empty space with glory
C♯m7
      Like the waters cover the sea
E2                        F♯
  Fill every heart, empty space with glory
G♯m7                  F♯/A♯
      Like the waters cover the sea
Repeat BRIDGE
CHORUS
B2                                       G♯m7
Join in the sound, the sound of creation,    let all the earth be filled and then flooded
F♯                         E                      B2
Drenched in Your love, and I am in love with You, Jesus
Repeat CHORUS
OUTRO
B2
  Tune my heart, tune my heart up, tune my heart to sing Your praise
B2                 F♯               B2
  Tune my heart to sing Your praise
B2                                C♯m7
  Tune my heart, tune my heart up,    tune my heart to sing Your praise
E2                 F♯               B2
  Tune my heart to sing Your praise
B2                                C♯m7
  Tune my heart, tune my heart up,    tune my heart to sing Your praise
E2                 F♯               B2
  Tune my heart to sing Your praise

Tune my heart to sing Your praise
Turn my eyes to see Your face
Open my ears to hear You calling
Fill this place with Your glory

Join in the sound, the sound of creation
Let all the earth be filled, and then flooded
Drenched in Your love,
I am in love with you, Jesus

Let me move in the rhythm of Your love
Prepare the way, for Your Kingdom comes
Be the Voice that I will carry
Fill this world with Your glory

Fill every heart, empty space with glory
Like the waters cover the sea

Glenn Packiam/Chris Hoisington/Anthony Hoisington
© 2012 Integrity's Praise! Music and Integrity Worship Music
CCLI # 6280929


Copyright © 2012 Integrity Worship Music / Integrity's Praise! Music.


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