Majesty Of Heaven

Written by: Matt Redman, Jesse Reeves, Chris Tomlin

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Original Key: G

Verse 1:
C            G     Gsus4   G
Majesty of heaven,
C              G           Gsus4    G
  Your glory fills the skies;
C                Em7
  Light of the world,
You are Lord of all.
Verse 2:
Humbled by Your presence,
Amazed by who You are;
Nothing compares,
You are Lord of all.
    G             Gsus2add4   G    Em7
      To You, the nations   bow down;
                             C       Dsus4
    To You, creation cries out: 'Majesty'.
    G                 Gsus2add4   G   Em7
    All things You hold     together,
    Your name will stand forever;
    C      Dsus4
             C  C/D  Dsus4       C  G  D  Em7
    You are,    maje  -  sty.  [2. x2]
Verse 3:
Merciful and mighty,
My heart is overwhelmed;
You stand alone,
You are Lord of all.
Mid section:
C        G     D        Em7
    Your name above all others,
C        G     Dsus4     D
    High and exalted.
C        G             D        Em7
   Your kingdom shall reign forever,
C        G                 Dsus4    D
    High and exalted. [1.]           [2. N.C.]
            C  C/D  Dsus4
    You are,    maje  -  sty.
            C  C/D  Dsus4    C2
    You are,    maje  -  sty.

Your glory fills the skies
Light of the world, You are Lord of all
Humbled by your presence
Amazed by who You are
Nothing compares, You are Lord of all

To You, the nations bow down
To You, creation cries out
All things You hold together
Your name will stand forever
You are, Majesty

Merciful and mighty
My heart is overwhelmed
You stand alone, You are Lord of all

Your name above all others
High and exalted
Your kingdom shall reign forever
High and exalted

Chris Tomlin,Matt Redman & Jesse Reeves 

Copyright © 2010 Thankyou Music/ Songs/ sixsteps Music/Vamos Publishing/Said and Done Music

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