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Song ID: 22405
Artist: Worship Central
Album: Spirit Break Out
Arranger: Grant Wall
Series: Lead Sheet only
Composer: Ben Cantelon / Nick Herbert
Copyright: Thankyou Music (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing)
CCLI #: 6054557
Tempo: Fast
Key: B, Bb
Format: SAT
Source: EMI Christian Music

New Day

Worship Central
Key: B Tempo: 150
Intro
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E2
 

Verse 1
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Your 
 
love 
 
has 
 
opened 
 
my 
 
eyes 
 
in 
 
You, 
 
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have 
 
come 
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live 

 
 
new 
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day 
 
has 
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come 

Chorus 1
 
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new 
 
day, 
 
it's 
 
 
new 
 
life, 
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it's 
 
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new 
 
start 

 
For 
 
ev'ry 
 
heart 
 
that's 
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found 
 
You, 
 
Jesus 
 
we 
 
found 
 
You 

Instrumental 1
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