Oh What A Love

Written by: Graham Kendrick, Stuart Townend

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Original Key: A


Verse 1:
A           Asus4    A     Asus4
Oh, what a love I've found,
                 A     Asus4
That first loved me.
    A          Asus4   A  Asus4
And oh, what a joy is mine,
          A    Asus4
What liberty.
Bridge:
    E         D
How wide, how wonderful,
     E         D                 A
The grace that taught my soul to sing.
    Chorus:
         Bm7    E        Asus4  A
    Hallelujah,   what a Saviour,
             D
    Oh, what mercy.
         E              D/F♯    E/G♯    A
    Oh, there has never been a greater love.
          Bm7      E              Asus4  A
    All the glory,     praise and honour
           D       E           A  Asus4  A  Asus4  A
    To the One who first loved me.
Verse 2:
A               Asus4        A     Asus4
Pierced by Your love's pure gaze,
          A     Asus4
I saw my sin.
A           Asus4    A   Asus4
Paid at the cross of shame,
          A   Asus4
Now I am clean.
Bridge:
    E       D
And oh, the mystery,
     E       D                   A
That You, my God, should die for me.
Instrumental Section:
A    Bm7    E            Asus4  A
D    E      D/F♯  E/G♯   A   

Oh what a love I've found
That first loved me
Oh what a joy is mine
What liberty
How wide, how wonderful
The grace that taught my soul to sing

Hallelujah, what a Savior
Oh what mercy
Oh there has never been a greater love
All the glory, praise and honor
To the One who first loved me

Pierced by Your love's pure gaze
I saw my sin
Paid at the cross of shame
Now I am clean
And oh the mystery
That You, my God, should die for me


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