Lord How Majestic You Are

Written by: Stuart Townend

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Verse 1:
A           Asus4      A
Lord, how majestic You are,
   Asus4          A
My eyes meet Your gaze
       E/A       Bm7/A
And my burden is lifted.
     A         Asus4      A
Your word is a lamp to my feet,
     Asus4         A
Your hand swift to bless
         E/A      Bm7     D/E
And Your banner a shield.
Chorus:
           A    C♯m7      D
You are my ev - 'ry   -  thing,
             A         E/A      D
You who made earth and sky and sea,
                A        E/A     D
All that You've placed inside of me
               Bsus4   B   D/E
Calls out Your name.
    A  C♯m7       D
To You  I         bow,
                A        E/A    D
The King who commands my ev-'ry breath,
                A         E/A     D
The Man who has conquered sin and death,
               Bsus4   B   D/E
My Lord and my King,
        A    Asus4    A
My ev'rything!
Verse 2:
Asus4
A            Asus4        A
Lord, how resplendent You are,
        Asus4        A
When I think of Your heavens,
    E/A          Bm7       D/E
The work of Your fin   -   gers
        A                 Asus4      A
What is man, that You are mindful of him?
           Asus4            A
Yet You've crowned him with glory
    E/A           Bm7     D/E  
And caused him to reign! [to Chorus]

LORD HOW MAJESTIC YOU ARE,
My eyes meet Your gaze
And my burden is lifted.
Your word is a l to my feet,
Your hand swift to bless
And Your banner a shield.

You are my everything,
You who made earth and sky and sea,
All that You've placed inside of me
Calls out Your name.
To You I bow,
The King who commands my every breath,
The Man who has conquered sin and death,
My Lord and my King,
My everything!

Lord, how resplendent You are,
When I think of Your heavens,
The work of Your fingers-
What is man, that You are mindful of him?
Yet You've crowned him with glory
And caused him to reign!

Stuart Townend 


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