I'm making melody (Making melody)

Written by: Matt Redman

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Original Key: E


Verse 1:
E                                    D
I'm making melody in my heart to You
E
I'm making melody in my heart to You 
C♯m7    Bsus        A2
Pouring out Your praise
       Bsus         E
With everything within
Verse 2:
E                                    D
I'm making melody in my heart to You
E
I'm making melody in my heart to You
C♯m7         Bsus      A2
Yours will always be
    Bsus             E
The song I love to sing
Chorus:
          A2       Bsus        E
How can hearts not love Your name
         A2        Bsus       E
How can souls not sing Your praise
  A2  Bsus        A/C♯  B/D♯    E
Jesus You've put music in my soul

I'M MAKING MELODY in my heart to You.
I'm making melody in my heart to You.
Pouring out Your praise
With everything within.
I'm making melody in my heart to You.
I'm making melody in my heart to You.
Yours will always be
The song I love to sing.

How can hearts not love Your name?
How can souls not sing Your praise?
Jesus, You put music in my soul.

Matt Redman


Copyright © 2001 Thankyou Music

Writers: Matt Redman

Themes: Proclamation & Evangelism

Bible References: Psalms 92 : 1 - 3


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