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Great I Am

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Song ID: 20649
Artist: New Life Church
Publisher: Integrity
Album: Great I Am
Arranger: Dan Galbraith / Brad Henderson
Series: Worship Band
Composer: Jared Anderson
Copyright: 2011 Integrity Worship Music (Admin. by Integrity Music, Inc.)
CCLI #: 5881491
Tempo: Med Slow
Style: Ballad
Key: D, C, B, Bb, A
Format: SAT/SATB
Source: Integrity Music
Themes: Desire, Proclamation, Easter

Great I Am

New Life Church
Key: D Tempo: 82
Intro
D5  /  /  /  |   /  /  /  /  |   D  /  /  /  |   Em7  /  A/C#  /  |   D  /  /  /  |   Em7  /  A/C#  
Verse 1
D
 
 
 
want 
 
be 
Em7  
close, 
A/C#
close 
 
to 
 
Your 
D
side, 
 
so 
 
heaven 
 
is 
Em7
real 
 
and 
A/C#
death 
 
is 
 
Bm7
lie 

 
 
want 
 
hear 
Em7
voices 
 
of 
A/C#
angels 
  D
bove, 
 
singing 
 
as 
Em7
one 

Chorus 1
A/C# Bm7
Halle lujah, 
 
holy, 
G
holy, 
 
God 
  D
Al mighty, 
 
the 
 
Great 
 
Asus
Am 

A
Who 
 
is 
Bm7
worthy 
 
none 
  G
be side 
 
Thee, 
 
God 
  D2
Al mighty, 
 
the 
 
Great 
 
Asus  
Am 
A
 

Bridge
Bm
 
 
The 
 
mountains 
 
shake 
 
before 
 
Him, 
 
the 
 
demons 
 
run 
 
and 
 
flee 

G2
 
 
At 
 
the 
 
mention 
 
of 
 
the 
 
the 
 
name, 
 
King 
 
of 
 
majesty 

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D
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