All Creation

Written by: Glenn Packiam, Ross Parsley

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All creation worships You forever

Holy is the Lord

All the nations shout Your name together

Holy is the Lord

And it’s rising from the earth to join

The song of Heaven with one voice

 

You are holy

You are holy

You are holy Lord

You are holy

You are holy

You are holy Lord

 

Saints and angels bow in adoration

Holy is the Lord

We Your children join the celebration

Holy is the Lord

And it’s rising from the earth to join

The song of Heaven with one voice

 

Hallelujah glory to the Lamb upon the throne

Hallelujah glory to the Lamb upon the throne


Copyright © 2004 Vertical Worship Songs, Integrity's Hosanna! Music


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