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Altar Of Our Praise Chords (ver.1)

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Altar Of Our Praise Chords (ver.1)

Chris Tomlin
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                Altar of Our Praise
    CAPO 4
-Verse 1-
  G                   Am7
You came down  from heaven’s throne
     D/F#                 C
This earth you formed was not your home
  Em7                C               G
A love like this the world had never known
   G                 Am7
A crown of thorns to mark your name
   D/F#           C
Forgiveness fell upon Your face
  Em7                C               G
A love like this the world had never known

Chorus:
         G                              D/F#         G
  On the altar of our praise  let there be no higher name
  C     G/B    D/F#                                                            
  Jesus Son of God
           Em7                         D/F#         G
  You laid down your perfect life  you are the sacrifice
  C     G/B   D/F#
  Jesus Son of God
  C      G/B   D/F#             
  Jesus Son of God

-Verse 2-
    G                Am7
You took our sin you bore our shame
    D/F#                C 
You rose to life you defeated the grave
  Em7                C                G  (2nd time) Em7  C  D/F#
A love like this the world had never known(repeat)
          
 -Bridge-
           C                      G   D/F#                       
 Be lifted higher than all you’ve overcome
             C               G     D/F#
Your name be louder than any other song
            C              G                 D/F#                        
There is no power that can come against your love
    C          G          Em7        D/F#     
The cross was enough  The cross was enough 
    C          G          Em7        D/F#     C
The cross was enough  The cross was enough                    
            
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