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I Exalt Thee

I Exalt Thee

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Song ID: 1523
Artist: Peter Sanchez
Publisher: Time Life
Album: Songs 4 Worship: Shout To The Lord
Arranger: Mark Cole
Composer: Pete Sanchez
Copyright: 1977 Pete Sanchez, Jr. (Admin. by Gabriel Music, Inc. PO Box 840999, Houston, TX. 77284-0999)
CCLI #: 17803
Tempo: Slow
Style: Ballad
Key: F, E
Format: SAT
Themes: Adoration, Adoration, Praise, Worship

I Exalt Thee

Peter Sanchez
Key: F Tempo: 80
Verse
F
 
 
For 
 
Thou 
 
oh 
Gm7
Lord 
 
art 
C7
high 
  C7  
bove 
Bb/D
all 
 C/E
the 
 F  
earth 
A/E  
 
Dm7
 

Dm7/C
Thou 
 
art 
  Gm7  
ex alted 
Bb
far 
  C7sus4  
bove 
Bb/C  
all 
F  
gods 
Bb/F
 

Chorus 1
F
 
 
And 
Bb/C
  F  
ex alt 
Bb/F  
Thee 
F
  Am7  
ex alt 
Am7
Thee 

 
  Bb  
ex alt 
Bb/C  
Thee 
Bbma7/C
oh 
 F
Lor

End
(Bb/F)  
/  
/  
/  
|  
F

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F
Gm7
C7
Bb/D
C/E
A/E
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