Hold On

Written by: Beth Croft, Nick Herbert

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Original Key: G

Tempo: 156.00

Verse 1:
G/B     C          D          G
All for my Saviour who reigns in glory,
G/B     C           D           G
all for the freedom that Christ has won.
G/B     C            D            G
I'm letting go of the pain I carry;
G/B      C                D
my hopes and fears laid down.
     Em       C               G
Hold on, I'll hold on to the cross.
     Em    C                D
Hold on,   hold on to the cross.
G/B     C        D       Em
Love so amazing, love so divine.
     Em       C               D
Hold on, I'll hold on to the cross.
Verse 2:
G/B      C            D       G
Although my faith may stumble and falter,
G/B             C        D      G
though troubles find me, here I will stay.
G/B           C       D        Em
The past that held me has lost its power,
G/B           C          D
and death has lost its sting.
Mid section:
     C    G   D        C    G   D
Hallelu -  -  jah, hallelu -  - jah.
     C          D       Em
I am Yours, and Yours alone.
     C           G/B       D
If I have You, I have it all.

All for my Savior
Who reigns in glory
All for the freedom
That Christ has won
I'm letting go of
The pain I carry
My hopes and fears laid down

Hold on, I’ll hold on to the cross
Hold on, hold on to the cross
Love so amazing, love so divine
Hold on, I'll hold on to the cross

Although my faith may
Stumble and falter
Though troubles find me
Here I will stay
The past that held me
Has lost its power
And death has lost its sting

I am Yours and Yours alone
If I have You I have it all

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