Thank You For The Blood

Written by: Matt Redman

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Original Key: C


Verse:
C          Em7                              Am
Thank You, thank You for the blood that You shed,
F2                            C          Em7    F
Standing in Your blessing we sing these freedom songs.
C          Em7                          Am
Thank You, thank You for the battle You won,
F2                          C       Em7     F
Standing in Your victory we sing salvation songs,
    C      Em7       F        G
We sing salvation's song.
Chorus:
         C                   Em7
You have opened a way to the Father,
      F2
Where before we could never have come.
       C                        Em7
Jesus, count us as Yours now forever
      Am         D7       G   F2
As we sing these freedom songs.
Bridge:
    C                  F
We sing of all You've done,
   D/F♯                G
We sing of all You've done,
   E/G♯               Am
We sing of all You've done for us,
Am/G        F                         C
Won for us, paid for us. [Repeat] [to End]

THANK YOU, THANK YOU FOR THE BLOOD THAT YOU SHED
Standing in its blessing we sing these freedom songs.
Thank You, thank You for the battle You won,
Standing in Your victory we sing salvation songs,
We sing salvation's song.

You have opened the way to the Father,
When before we could never have come.
Jesus, count us as Yours now forever,
As we sing these freedom songs.

We sing of all You've done,
We sing of all You've done,
We sing of all You've done for us,
Won for us, paid for us.
(Repeat)

Matt Redman 


Copyright © 1999 Thankyou Music


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