One Thing Remains

Written by: Matt Redman

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Original Key: Em

Tempo: 120.00


Verse 1:
Em            D                 A/C♯
Seasons may change passions may fade
                Cmaj7
But one thing remains
Em             D              A/C♯
Fashions they pass here for a day
                Cmaj7
But one thing remains
Chorus 1:
G2/B        A/C♯  Am/C 
I'll always love       I'll always love
G2/B        A/C♯       Cmaj7
I'll always love Your name
Verse 2:
Em            D                A/C♯
Troubles may come hardship and pain
               Cmaj7
But one thing remains
Em             D              A/C♯
And when I am weak when I am frail
            Cmaj7
One thing remains
Chorus 1:
G2/B          A/C♯  Am/C 
You'll always be         You'll always be
G2/B          A/C♯   Cmaj7
You'll always be my praise
Bridge:
G/B                          A/C♯
Just as the sun will rise up every day
G2/D                        A/E
And as the dawn will always find a way
G/B                       A/C♯
And oceans never cease to bear their waves
G2/D                      A/E
I'll always find a way to bring You praise
Ending:
G/B A/C♯       G2/D A/E
Always    Jesus always
  Em   D   A/C♯   Cmaj7
Always

Seasons may change passions may fade
But one thing remains
Fashions they pass here for a day
But one thing remains

I'll always love I'll always love
I'll always love Your name

Troubles may come hardship and pain
But one thing remains
And when I am weak when I am frail
One thing remains

You'll always be You'll always be
You'll always be my praise

Just as the sun will rise up every day
And as the dawn will always find a way
And oceans never cease to bear their waves
I'll always find a way to bring You praise

Always Jesus always


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