Not Be Moved

Written by: Jon Egan, Glenn Packiam, Dustin Smith, Fanny Crosby

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Original Key: G


Verse 1:
C2   G     Em7   D
    Em7                    C2
The Lord is our salvation, Holy, great and just,
    G                       C2      D       G
Our everlasting refuge, our rock in whom we trust.
Verse 2:
    Em7                            C2
The Lord is strong and mighty, all glory to His name,
    G                              C2      D       G
Let all who love and fear Him ring out the loud acclaim,
     C2      D       G
Ring out the loud acclaim.
    Chorus:
        C               G
    Oh, God You are our rock, our rock,
    Em              D
    We will not be moved;
    C                G
    God You are our hope, our hope,
    Em              D                 C    G  Em    D
    We will not be,   we will not be moved,   moved.
                   C     G   Em    D
    We will not be moved,    moved. [1. to v.3 

The Lord is our salvation
Holy, great and just
Our everlasting refuge
Our rock in whom we trust

The Lord is strong and mighty
All glory to His name
Let all who love and fear Him
Ring out the loud acclaim
Ring out the loud acclaim

God You are our rock, our rock
We will not be moved
God You are our hope, our hope
We will not be, we will not be moved

The Lord is our defender
When enemies assail
Beneath His royal banner
Through Him we shall prevail
Through Him we shall prevail


Copyright © 2015 Integrity's Praise! Music, Fanny Crosby Project, Integrity Worship Music


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