No Longer I

Written by: Matt Redman, Ian Yates, Sam Blake

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Original Key: D


Intro:
Bm     Dmaj7     A     G
x2
Verse 1:
       D                           Asus4
At the cross, at the cross where I first saw the light,
         A                         D
And the burden of my soul rolled away,
         G                 D
It was there by faith I received my sight,
    Asus4     A               D
Now no longer I but Christ in me.
    Chorus:
           A                          G            D
    I will run to the cross where You opened up my eyes,
           A                     A     D
    I will sing of the love that saved me.
           A                            G               D
    I will bow in the place where Your death became my life.
           A           G    D
    I will run, I will run to the cross. [1. to v.2]
                A           G    D
    Yes, I will run, I will run to the cross.
Verse 2:
      D                       Asus4
O how endless the hope, O how empty the grave
        A                       D
And the joy of a stone rolled away.
        G                  D
It is there by grace I am raised to life
    Asus4     A               D
Now no longer I but Christ in me.
Bridge:
Bm     Dmaj7     A     G
x2
      Bm                  Dmaj7
It is no longer I, It is Christ who lives in me,
A                         G
Christ who lives in me, Christ who lives in me. [Repeat 4 times]
Instrumental:
Bm     Dmaj7     A     G
x2
Repeat: Bridge 

At the cross, at the cross
Where I first saw the light,
And the burden of my soul rolled away,
It was there by faith I received my sight,
Now no longer I but Christ in me

I will run to the cross
Where You opened up my eyes
I will sing of the love that saved me.
I will bow in the place
Where Your death became my life
I will run, I will run to the cross

O how endless the hope,
O how empty the grave
And the joy of a stone rolled away.
It is there by grace I am raised to life
Now no longer I but Christ in me

It is no longer I
It is Christ who lives in me
Christ who lives in me
Christ who lives in me

Refrain of “Alas! And Did My Savior Bleed” Traditional Hymn, Public Domain/Words by Isaac Watts, 1707; Music by Hugh Wilson, 1800; Refrain by Ralph E. Hudson, 1885


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