O I Love You

Written by: Graham Kendrick

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Original Key: G


Verse 1:
          G
Thank You for the cross, 
    C/G       G
The price You paid for us, 
        Dm
How You gave Yourself, 
       Am7
So completely, 
         G     C/G       G
Precious Lord (precious Lord). 
Now our sins are gone, 
C/G    G
All forgiven, 
        Dm
Covered by Your blood, 
       Am7
All forgotten, 
           G     C/G        G
Thank You, Lord (thank You, Lord).
Chorus:
      G
Oh, I love You, Lord, 
D/F♯   Em7
Really love You, Lord. 
D/F♯   G                Em7          A    D7
I will never understand why You love me. 
          Am7
You're my deepest joy, 
          Em7
You're my heart's desire, 
D/F♯    G                 Em             A
And the greatest thing of all, O Lord, I see: 
D              G
You delight in me!
Verse 2:
For our healing there,
Lord, You suffered, 
And to take our fear 
You poured out Your love, 
Precious Lord (precious Lord). 
Verse 3:
Calvary's work is done, 
You have conquered, 
Able now to save 
So completely, 
Thank You, Lord (thank You, Lord). 

THANK YOU FOR THE CROSS
The price You paid for us,
How You gave Yourself,
So completely,
Precious Lord (precious Lord).
Now our sins are gone,
All forgiven,
Covered by Your blood,
All forgotten,
Thank You, Lord (thank You, Lord).

Oh, I love You, Lord,
Really love You, Lord.
I will never understand
Why You love me.
You're my deepest joy,
You're my heart's desire,
And the greatest thing of all, O Lord, I see:
You delight in me!

For our healing there,
Lord, You suffered,
And to take our fear
You poured out Your love,
Precious Lord (precious Lord).
Calvary's work is done,
You have conquered,
Able now to save
So completely,
Thank You, Lord (thank You, Lord).

Graham Kendrick 


Copyright © 1985 Thankyou Music


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