Jesus I could sing (If I have not love)

Written by: Matt Redman

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Verse 1:
Amaj9
Jesus, I could sing 
In the tongues of men and angels, 
But if I have not love 
                                    E
I am just a clanging cymbal, an empty sound. [Repeat]
Chorus:
            A    Bsus4           C♯m7
This is a love song, this is a love song, 
           A2   Bsus4    E
Jesus, a love song to You.
             A   Bsus4           C♯m7
A song of devotion, a reverent passion, 
             A2   Bsus4    E
Saviour, a love song to You.
Verse 2: 
And Jesus, I could pray
With a faith that moves a mountain,
But if I have not love
It is just a noise resounding, an empty sound.
Verse 3: 
It's the overflow of hearts,
As we gaze upon Your beauty,
A reflection of Your worth,
For we've seen a glimpse of You in Your glory, Lord.

JESUS I COULD SING
In the tongues of men and angels
But if I have not love
I am just a clanging cymbal, an empty sound

This is a love song
This is a love song
Jesus, a love song to You
A song of devotion, a reverent passion
Savior, a love song to You

Jesus, I could pray
With a faith that moves a mountain
But if I have not love
It is a just a noise resounding, an empty sound

It's the overflow of hearts
As we gaze upon your beauty
A reflection of your worth
For we've seen a glimpse of You in Your glory Lord

Matt Redman


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