Unbroken Praise

Written by: Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin

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Original Key: G


Intro:
Em7   C    G   D/F    Em7   C    G
Verse 1:
           G
Praise unbroken,  praise unending
   Em7        C                 G
Be Yours, be Yours forevermore.
Verse 2:
          G
Praise untainted, praise unfading
   Em7        C                 G
Be Yours, be Yours forevermore,
   Em7        C                 G
Be Yours, be Yours forevermore.
Chorus:
                    C     Em7    Dsus4
Unbroken praise be Yours, God, forever;
                  C     Em7     Dsus4
All my praise be Yours, God, forever.
       G/B       C             G/B        Em7
Lord, take this life, let it become Your throne:
      C       D        Em7    C    G
1. Unbroken praise be Yours. [To Verse 3.]
        C       D        G
2.4. Unbroken praise be Yours. [Repeat]
      C       D        G    Gsus4    G
3. Unbroken praise be Yours. [To Bridge]
Verse 3:
      C
My surrender, my devotion
    Em7       C                 G
Be Yours, be Yours forevermore,
    Em7       C                 G
Be Yours, be Yours forevermore.
Bridge:
          Em7      C      G   D/F♯
So let my deeds outrun my words
           Em7      C       Dsus4   D
And let my life outweigh my songs. [Repeat 

Praise unbroken
Praise unending
Be Yours, be Yours forevermore
Praise untainted
Praise unfading
Be Yours, be Yours forevermore

Unbroken praise be Yours, God, forever
All my praise be Yours, God, forever
Lord, take this life, let it become Your throne
Unbroken praise be Yours

My surrender
My devotion
Be Yours, be Yours forevermore
Be Yours, be Yours forevermore

So, let my deeds outrun my words
And let my life outweigh my songs


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