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Chris Tomlin - You Lifted Me Out Chords

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You Lifted Me Out Chords

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                You Lifted Me Out
Chris Tomlin 
4/4 Time; Original Key: Db; Written in Key C with Capo 1

Intro -  C	G/B	Am7	Gsus	F2	C/E	F2	Gsus (1 bar each; 8th notes) or
(play bass notes on E string frets: 8-7-5-3-1-0-1-3)
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Verse 1
Am                                                         Am6
     You turned my way, You heard my cry
F/A                                                        G
     You turned my mourning into shouting
Am                                         Am6
     Sorrow may last for a night
                         F               G                   
But with the light, I am seeing, I am singing

Chorus
        C                      G                          Am7                         F 
You         lifted me out, You lifted me out           and set me dancing, dancing
  C                             G                                Am7                  F 
Free        now I am free, Your love rescued me, now it’s the anthem, I’m singing

Verse 2
Many will see, many will hear
And find You strong enough to save
Many the wonders You have done
Your light has come, I am seeing, I am singing

Bridge – G	Am7	Fmaj7    G	Am7	Fmaj7 (2 bars each)
G                                         Am7                                      Fmaj7
Lost is where you found me,        shattered and frail, but you love me still
G                                         Am7                                      Fmaj7
Trouble may surround me,           my heart may fail,  but you never will
      Dm7
You never will
            
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