Reign Over Me

Written by: C J Drumeller, Michael Farren, James Galbraith, Kyle Wayne Lee, Dustin Smith

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Original Key: A

Tempo: 146.00


INTRO
  A    E    F♯m    A    E    F♯m
VERSE
  A                 E        F♯m
    God of creation ruler of time
  D                             A    E
    Come and rule this heart of mine
  A                      E            F♯m
    King of the heavens, land and the sea
  D                       E         A
    Won't You come and be King over me
CHORUS
      F♯m   E    A    E
  And reign over me
      F♯m   E    A    E
  And reign over me
Repeat Verse
Repeat Chorus two times
INSTRUMENTAL
  F♯m    A    D
  F♯m    A    D
BRIDGE
         F♯m                       A
  You're all that I want, all that I've ever needed
   D
  You satisfy every long in me
       F♯m                        A                D
  You're all that I want all that I've ever needed Lord
  Repeat BRIDGE three times
  Repeat CHORUS two times
  Repeat CHORUS as desired (instruments only)

God of creation
And Ruler of time
Come and rule this heart of mine
King of the heavens
Land and the sea
Won't You come and be King over me

And reign over me
And reign over me

You're all that I want
All that I've ever needed
You satisfy every longing in me
You're all that I want
All that I've ever needed Lord

 


Copyright © 2012 Integrity's Praise! Music, Pocket Full of Rocks Publishing, Word Music, CJ Drumeller, James Galbraith


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