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Greatly To Be Praised Chords (ver.1)

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Greatly To Be Praised Chords (ver.1)

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Greatly to be praised


The main lead part is pretty easy, but let me know if you need it.

Album - Capo 5, live version - Capo 4
Verse 1 
          C                           G
Lift your eyes, lift your eyes to the One 
                   Em7                D
Who's reigning over us, for He has overcome 
           C                           G
Fill the skies, fill the skies with a song 
                Em7                    D
As heaven sings along, to glorify the Son 


Pre-Chorus
C       D         Em7
Who is like You, none compare 
C                       D
There's no one like our God 


Chorus 1
G
Great and greatly to be praised 
Em7
Name above all other names 
D                       C  
Powerful and strong to save 
G                     D
Hallelujah, our God reigns
         G
Our God reigns 


Verse 2 
C                                      G
Tell the world, tell the world of the love 
                  Em7                         D
He's lavished over us, His daughters and His sons 
C                                 G
Made alive, made alive, now we’re free 
               Em7                    D
Rescued and redeemed, the victory is won 


Pre-Chorus
Chorus 1
Chorus 2
G
Glory in the highest place 
Em7
King of mercy, God of grace 
D                         C
Together let the earth proclaim 
G                       D
Hallelujah, our God reigns
         G 
Our God reigns 


Bridge
G 
We lift our eyes up, behold the Son 
Em7
Lift our voices, and sing as one 
D        C          G                D
Hallelujah, our God reigns



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