Intro: F Verse 1: F A# F Oh, Love that will not let me go Dm C I rest weary soul in Thee F A# F I give You back this life I owe Dm C And in Your ocean depths its flow A# F/A C May richer, fuller be Verse 2: F A# F Oh, Light that follows all my way Dm C I yield my flickering torch to Thee F A# F And my heart restores its borrowed ray Dm C And in Your sunshine's blaze its day A# F/A C May brighter, fairer be Chorus 1: A# And rejoice, my heart F Rejoice, my soul Dm C My Savior God has come to thee A# Rejoice, my heart F You've been made whole Dm A# F By Love that will not let me go Verse 3: F A# F Oh, Joy that seeks me through the pain Dm C I cannot close my heart to Thee F A# F I chase the rainbow through the rain Dm C And feel the promise is not vain A# F/A C That morn' shall tearless be Chorus 2: A# Sing rejoice, my heart F Rejoice, my soul Dm C My Savior God has come to thee A# And rejoice, my heart F You've been made whole Dm A# F By Love that will not let me go Dm A# F It's a Love that will not let me go Instrumental: Dm A# F Dm A# C Dm A# F Dm A# C F Verse 4: F A# F Oh, Cross that lifts and holds my head Dm C I dare not ask to fly from Thee F A# F I lay in dust life's glory dead Dm C And from the ground, their blossoms red A# F/A C Life that shall endless be Chorus 3: A# Rejoice, my heart F Rejoice, my soul Dm C My Savior God has come to thee A# And rejoice, my heart F You've been made whole Dm A# C By Love that will not let me go Chorus 4: A# Oh rejoice, my heart F Rejoice, my soul Dm C My Savior God has come to thee A# And rejoice, my heart F You've been made whole Dm A# C By Love that will not let me go Dm A# C It's a Love that will not let me go Dm A# C Oh Love that will not let me go
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