There Is A Louder Shout To Come

Written by: Matt Redman

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Original Key: E


Verse 1:
E
There is a louder shot to come,
F♯m7
There is a sweeter song to hear;
C♯m              B        A
All the nations with one voice,
F♯m7           E/G♯      B
All the people with one fear.
E
Bowing down before Your throne,
F♯m7
Every tribe and tongue we'll be;
C♯m              B        A
All the nations with one voice,
F♯m7           E/G♯      B
All the people with one King.
Pre- Chorus:
    F♯m7              E/G♯       A
And what a song we'll sing upon that day.
Chorus:
E        F♯m7        B
O what a song we'll sing
    E        A           B
And O what a tune we'll bear;
F♯m7           G♯m7           A
You deserve an anthem of the highest praise.
E        F♯m7      B
O what a joy will rise
    E        A           B
And O what a sound we'll make;
F♯m7           G♯m7           A                    E
You deserve an anthem of the highest praise. [to End]
Verse 2:
E
Now we see a part of this,
F♯m7
One day we shall see in full;
C♯m              B        A
All the nations with one voice,
F♯m7           E/G♯      B
all the people with one love.
E
No one else will share Your praise,
F♯m7
Nothing else can take Your place;
C♯m              B        A
All the nations with one voice,
F♯m7           E/G♯      B
All the people with one Lord.
Verse 3:
E
Even now upon the earth
F♯m7
There's a glimpse of all to come;
C♯m          B        A
Many people with one voice,
F♯m7       E/G♯   B
Harmony of many  tongues.
E
We will all confess Your name,
F♯m7
You will be our only praise;
C♯m              B        A
All the nations with one voice,
F♯m7           E/G♯      B
All the people with one God.

THERE IS A LOUDER SHOUT TO COME
There is a sweeter song to hear;
All the nations with one voice,
All the people with one fear.
Bowing down before Your throne,
Every tribe and tongue will be;
All the nations with one voice,
All the people with one King.
And what a song we'll sing upon that day.

O what a song we'll sing and
O what a tune we'll bear;
You deserve an anthem of the highest praise.
O what a joy will rise and
O what a sound we'll make;
You deserve an anthem of the highest praise.

Now we see a part of this,
One day we shall see in full;
All the nations with one voice,
All the people with one love.
No one else will share Your praise,
Nothing else can take Your place;
All the nations with one voice,
All the people with one Lord.
And what a song we'll sing upon that day.

Even now upon the earth
There's a glimpse of all to come;
Many people with one voice,
Harmony of many tongues.
We will all confess Your name,
You will be our only praise;
All the nations with one voice,
All the people with one God.
And what a song we'll sing upon that day.

Matt Redman


Copyright © 1996 Thankyou Music


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