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Lord, I Lift Your Name On High

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G      C              D  C
Lord I lift your name on high
G      C                 D   C
Lord I love to sing your praises
G      C            D     C
I'm so glad you are in my life
G     C                D    C 
Im so glad you came to save us

G             C         D        C        G 
You came from heaven to earth to show the way
G        C            D        C      G
From the earth to the cross my debt to pay
G        C            D              Em           C
From the cross to the grave from the grave to the sky
C      D                 G
Lord I lift your name on high

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