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Let Everything That Has Breath

E/D# - xx1100

[Chorus]

E                    E/D#
 Let everything that, everything that,
C#m7             A          B
 Everything that has breath praise the Lord.
E                    E/D#
 Let everything that, everything that,
C#m7             A          B               F#m7   B
 Everything that has breath praise the Lord.


[Verse 1]

E
 Praise You in the morning,
E/D#
 Praise You in the evening,
C#m7                                     A2
 Praise You when I'm young and when I'm old.
E
 Praise You when I'm laughing,
E/D#
 Praise You when I'm grieving,
C#m7                              A2
 Praise You every season of the soul.
   F#m7              E/G#
 If we could see how much You're worth,
      F#m7                    E/G#
 Your power, Your might, Your endless love,
      F#m7            E/G#             A
 Then surely we would never cease to praise.


[Verse 2]

 Praise You in the heavens, joining with the angels,
 Praising You forever and a day.
 Praise You on the earth now, joining with creation,
 Calling all the nations to Your praise.
 If they could see how much You're worth,
 Your power, your might, your endless love,
 Then surely they would never cease to praise.

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Note: maj indicates major (written as Cmaj or just C), min indicates minor (written as Cmin or just Cm), sus indicates suspended, dim indicates diminished, aug indicates augmented. sus and sus4 are the same chords. Position 1, 2 and 3 indicate various positions on the fretboard. Numbers shown on right side of chart indicate fret number.
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