Send Revival Start With Me

Written by: Matt Redman

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Original Key: C


Verse 1:
       C                         F
We're looking to Your promise of old,
            C                   F
That if we pray and humble ourselves,
          Am                 F
You will come and heal our land,
          C
You will come,
          F
You will come. 
Chorus:
      G/B     Am    F          C
Lord, send revival, start with me,
    G/B    Am    F        C
For I am  one of unclean lips,
       F                  C
And my eyes have seen the King.
      F            C
Your glory I have glimpsed:
     F      C/E    Dm    Fsus2   C
Send revi - val,   start  with   me. 
Verse 2:
       C                         F
We're looking to the promise You made,
            C                     F
That if we turn and look to Your face,
          Am                 F
You will come and heal our land,
          C
You will come,
          F      C
You will come to us. 

WE'RE LOOKING TO YOUR PROMISE OF OLD
That if we pray and humble ourselves,
You will come and heal our land,
You will come,
You will come.

We're looking to the promise You made,
That if we turn and look to Your face,
You will come and heal our land,
You will come,
You will come to us.

Lord, send revival, start with me.
For I am one of unclean lips,
And my eyes have seen the King;
Your glory I have glimpsed.
Send revival, start with me.

Matt Redman


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