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Lord Let Your Glory Fall

VERSE 1:
D              D/C#  G
 Lord let Your glory fall,
D/F#          G
 As on that ancient day
Bm7         D/F#   G
 Songs of enduring love,
Em7            G     D
 And then Your glory came
D         D/C#    G
 And as a sign to You,
D/F#           G
 That we would love the same,
Bm7            D/F#        G
 Our hearts will sing that song,
Em7            G     D
 God, let Your glory come

CHORUS:
        D/F#
You are good, You are good,
         G
And Your love endures
        D/F#
You are good, You are good,
         G
And Your love endures
        Bm7           D/F#
You are good, You are good,
         G            D     G
And Your love endures today

VERSE 2:
Voices in unison,
Giving You thanks and praise
Joined by the instruments,
And then Your glory came
Your presence like a cloud,
Upon that ancient day,
The priests were overwhelmed,
Because Your glory came

VERSE 3:
A sacrifice was made,
And then Your fire came,
They knelt upon the ground,
And with one voice they praised

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This song was last updated on 11/22/2017 5:41:56 AM.
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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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