Holy

Written by: Jason Ingram, Jonas Myrin, Matt Redman

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Original Key: Bb

Tempo: 138.00


Verse 1:
                 E♭          B♭      F     Gm
What heart could hold the weight of Your love,
             E♭         B♭          F
And know the heights of Your great worth?
                E♭   B♭       F       Gm
What eyes could look on Your glorious face
E♭         Gm         F
   Shining like the sun?   [1. Repeat Verse 1]
                           [2. to Chorus 1]
Chorus 1:
        Gm7      E♭    Fsus4           F
You are holy,    holy,  ho  -  -  -  - ly
         Gm7       E♭       Fsus4           F
God most high and  God most wor  -  -  -  - thy.
        Gm7      E♭    Fsus4           F
You are holy,    holy,  ho  -  -  -  - ly
           Gm      E♭         Fsus4    F
Jesus, You are,    Jesus, You are.    [1. to Verse 2]
                                      [2.&3.] to Chorus 2]
Verse 2:
           E♭       B♭         F     Gm
Your name alone has power to raise us.
                E♭        B♭          F
Your light will shine when all else fades.
              E♭    B♭       F      Gm
Our eyes will look on Your glorious face,
E♭          Gm         F
    Shining like the sun.
E♭         Gm         F
    Who is like You God?   [to Chorus 1]
Chorus 2:
        E♭       B♭     Fsus4          F
You are holy,    holy,  ho  -  -  -  - ly
         E♭        B♭       Fsus4           F
God most high and  God most wor  -  -  -  - thy.
        E♭       B♭     Fsus4          F
You are holy,    holy,  ho  -  -  -  - ly
           Gm      E♭         Fsus4   F
Jesus, You are,    Jesus, You are.
[1.]
           Gm    E♭         Fsus4   F   Fsus4   F
Jesus, You are,  Jesus, You are.  [to Mid section]
[2.&3.]
           Gm    E♭         F
Jesus, You are,  Jesus, You are.   [i. to Verse 3]
                                   [ii. End]
Verse 3:
             E♭     B♭      F    Gm
And You will come again in glory
             E♭     B♭        F
To judge the living and the dead.
              E♭    B♭       F      Gm
All eyes will look on Your glorious face,
E♭          Gm         F
    Shining like the sun.
E♭         Gm          F
    Who is like You God?   [to Chorus 2]
Mid section:
E♭               B♭
    Who shall we say You are?
F              Gm
    You're the living God.
E♭               B♭
    Who shall we say You are?
F              Gm
    You're the Great I Am.
E♭              B♭/D
    The highest name of all,
F                  Gm
    You're all You say You are.
  E  Gm   F 
[to Chorus 1] 

WHAT HEART COULD HOLD THE WEIGHT OF YOUR LOVE
And know the heights of Your great worth  
What eyes could look on Your glorious face     
Shining like the sun

You are Holy, Holy, Holy
God most high, and God most worthy
You are Holy, Holy, Holy
Jesus You are
Jesus You are


Your name alone has power to raise us    
Your light will shine when all else fades
Our eyes will look on Your glorious face
Shining like the sun
Who is like You God?

Who shall we say You are
You're the Living God
Who shall we say You are
You're the Great I Am
The highest name of all
You're all You say You are

And You will come again in glory
To judge the living and the dead
All eyes will look on Your glorious face
Shining like the sun
Who is like You God?

Matt Redman, Jason Ingram & Jonas Myrin 


Copyright © 2011 Thankyou Music/Said And Done Music/Jonas Myrin/SHOUT Publ./Hillsong Publ. & Sony ATV Timber Publishing


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