The Same Love

Written by: Paul Baloche, Michael Rossback

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Original Key: B

Tempo: 102.00


Verse 1:
B5                 E2
   You choose the humble and raise them high;
B5                 E2
   You choose the weak and make them strong;
G♯m7              D♯m/F♯      E2
   You heal our brokenness inside and give us life.
   Chorus:
   B                            F♯
     The same love that set the captives free,
   G♯m7                        E2
     The same love that opened eyes to see
        B                 F♯ 
   Is calling us all by name;
            G♯m7               E2
   You are calling us all by name.
   B                              F♯
     The same God that spread the heavens wide,
   G♯m7                    E2
     The same God that was crucified
        B                 F♯ 
   Is calling us all by name;
            G♯m7               E2
   You are calling us all by name.  [1. to Verse 2]
[2.]
 F♯    G♯m7   E2
Oh,    oh.
 F♯    G♯m7   E2
Oh,    oh.
 F♯    G♯m7   E2
Oh,    oh.      [to Mid section]
Verse 2:
B5                E2
   You take the faithless one aside
B5                 E2
   And speak the words, 'You are mine';
G♯m7            D♯m/F♯         E2
   You call the cynic and the proud, 'come to me now.'  [to Chorus]
Mid section:
B                  F♯
   You're calling,    You're calling,
G♯m7               E
   You're calling us to the cross.     [Sing x4]

You choose the humble and raise them high
You choose the weak and make them strong
You heal our brokenness inside and give us life

The same love that set the captives free
The same love that opened eyes to see
Is calling us all by name
You are calling us all by name

The same God that spread the heavens wide
The same God that was crucified
Is calling us all by name
You are calling us all by name

You take the faithless one aside
And speak the words "you are mine"
You call the cynic and the proud
Come to me now

You're calling, you're calling
You're calling us to the cross

Paul Baloche & Michael Rossback 


Copyright © 2011 Integrity Worship Music & Leadworship Songs


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