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O The Blood

O The Blood

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Song ID: 8858
Artist: Gateway Church
Publisher: Integrity Music
Album: God Be Praised
Arranger: Joel Mott / Erik Foster
Series: Worship Band
Composer: Thomas Miller / Mary Beth Miller
Copyright: 2010 Thomas Miller/Mary Beth Miller/Gateway Create Publishing/Integrity's Praise! Music (all adm by Integrity's Praise! Music)
CCLI #: 5783630
Tempo: Slow
Style: Ballad
Key: G, Ab, Bb, Gb, F, E
Format: SAT/SATB
Themes: Blood, God's Love, Sacrifice, Salvation, Easter

O The Blood

Gateway Church
Key: G Tempo: 60
Intro
G  /  /  /  |   C2  /  /  /  :||  
Verse 1
G5
 
the 
 
blood, 
C2
crimson 
 
love, 
G5
price 
 
of 
 
life's 
  Dsus  
de mand 
D
 

G5
Shameful 
 
sin, 
C2
placed 
 
on 
 
Him, 
 
the 
Em
hope 
 
of 
D/F#  
ev'ry 
Gsus  
man 
G
 

Chorus 1
 
 
the 
D/F#
blood 
 
of 
C2/E
Jesus 
 
washes 
G5
me, 
 
 
the 
D/F#
blood 
 
of 
C2/E
Jesus 
 
shed 
 
for 
G
me 

 
What 
 
Am Em
sacri fice 
 
that 
C2
saved 
 
my 
Am7
life, 
 
yes 
 
the 
D/F#
blood, 
 
it 
C2/E
is 
 
my 
  G  
victo ry 
C2
 

Bridge
D/F#
 
the 
C/E  
blood 
G
of 
 
the 
 
Lamb, 
D/F#
 
the 
C/E  
blood 
G
of 
 
the 
 
Lamb 

D/F#
 
the 
C/E  
blood 
G
of 
 
the 
 
Lamb, 
 
the 
 
precious 
D/F#
blood 
 
C/E
 
the 
G
Lamb 

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