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You Are The Potter

D __________C G__D __ C G
Create in me a new heart.__Renew my spirit, I pray.
D __C C/G __A____A7
Fill me with the holy light that comes from you alone !
D C____ G__D __ C G
I was once in darkness, but You made a way.
D C C/G __A A7
You opened wide Your loving arms, and called me as Your own !

C__ G/B ____D C ____G/B ____D
You are the potter.__Take me Lord and mold me, Iím Your clay !
C____G D C ____ G D
Lord I surrender !__I give You all I am, Lord have Your way !

D __C __ G__D __ C G
I have come to see You, just to pour out my heart.
D __        C C/G __A A7
Just to hear Your voice, oh Lord, and look into Your eyes.
D __C__G__D __ C G
Lord I am Your child; hear me call out Your name !
D __        __ C __C/G________ A A7
You have turned Your ear to me, and now to You I cry:

C __ Em/B C Em/B
Bridge: Jesus, Lord of all, I come to praise You !
C Em/B D
Your mighty works proclaim Your holy name !
C __ Em/B C __Em/B
Jesus, risen one, I come to worship !
__C G D
Youíre always and forevermore the same ! 

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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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