Benediction

Written by: Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin

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Original Key: G


Intro:
G     Gsus4     G    Gsus4
x2
Verse 1:
             C2             G
May the Lord bless you and keep you,
              C2                             G
May the Lord smile on you, shine his light upon you.
             C2                        Em7
May the Lord lift you, turn his face towards you,
          C2       Dsus4              G    Gsus4    G    Gsus4
Give you His peace,      give you His peace.
Verse 2:
               C2           G
May the Lord  bless us and keep us,
              C2           G
May the Lord smile on us, shine his light upon us.
             C2                        Em7
May the Lord lift us, turn his face towards us,
          C2      Dsus4              G
Give us His peace,       give us His peace.
    Chorus:
                C2           G
    Blessed we came to this place today,
        Em7                 Dsus4
    And blessed now we will go.
           C2          G
    In the name of the Father,
        Em7             Dsus4
    The Spirit, and the Son. [Repeat x 4 (2. inst) 

May the Lord bless you and keep you
May the Lord smile on you
Shine His light upon you
May the Lord lift you
Turn His face towards you
Give you His peace give you His peace

May the Lord bless us and keep us
May the Lord smile on us
Shine His light upon us
May the Lord lift us
Turn His face towards us
Give us His peace give us His peace

Blessed we came to this place today
And blessed now we will go
In the name of the Father the Spirit and the Son
(REPEAT)

(Ending)
Go now in peace
Go now in peace


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