Praise Is The Offering

Written by: Shannon Alford, Sion Alford, Glenn Packiam

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Original Key: B

Tempo: 134.00


Intro:
B   Bsus    B    Bsus    (3x)
Verse 1:
B           E              B/D♯
  Come and let us sing for joy
           E
  Let us praise and shout aloud
B          E            B/D♯
  To the lifter of our heads
          E 
  To the Rock we're standing on
G♯m        E            G♯m
  Your salvation is our song
          E
  Now we can't stay silent
  We will sing how
Chorus 1:
 B 
Great is Your love for us
      E
And great are the things You've done
     G♯m           F♯
And praise is the offering
     E
We bring to You
Verse 2:
B        E              B/D♯
Lord we come to worship You
         E
Lord we bow our hearts in awe
B        E             B/D♯
By Your love we are redeemed
         E
We are Yours and You're our God
G♯m       E           G♯m
Your salvation is our song
        E
Now we can't stay silent
We will sing how
Chorus 2:
 B          
All of our heart and soul
     E
And all that You are and more
     G♯m            F♯
And praise is the offering
     E
We bring to You
Instrumental:
B   B   E   E
G♯m    F♯    E    E
B    B    B    B
Verse 3:
B       Bsus             B
Lord we come to worship You
        Bsus
Lord we bow our hearts in awe
B       Bsus           B
By Your love we are redeemed
       Bsus
We are Yours and You're our God
G♯m      E                  G♯m
We are Yours and You're our God
         E
We are Yours and You're our God
Ending:
B    B    E    E
G♯m   F♯    E    E    B
Ending:
B    B    E    E
G♯m   F♯    E    E    B

Come and let us sing for joy
Let us praise and shout aloud
To the lifter of our heads
To the Rock we're standing on
Your salvation is our song
Now we can't stay silent we will sing how

Great is Your love for us
And great are the things You've done
And praise is the offering we bring to You

Lord we come to worship You
Lord we bow our hearts in awe
By Your love we are redeemed
We are Yours and You're our God
Your salvation is our song
Now we can't stay silent we will sing how

Lord we come to worship You
Lord we bow our hearts in awe
By Your love we are redeemed
We are Yours and You're our God
We are Yours and You're our God
We are Yours and You're our God

Great is Your love for us
And great are the things You've done
And praise is the offering we bring to You
All of our heart and soul
And all that You are and more
And praise is the offering we bring to You


Copyright © 2010 Integrity Worship Music, GWC Publishing


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