Glory Hallelujah

Written by: Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin

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Original Key: C


Intro:
C     Csus4     C     Csus4
Verse 1:
      C                       Csus4
Above ev'ry other sound I can hear that angel choir
        C                           Csus4
Singing peace on earth from heaven above
   C                            Csus4          Am
Reminding us tonight, there's a higher song to sing
                                     Gsus4   G
And proclaiming that the Saviour has come
Chorus:
C          Csus4          C              Csus4
Glory hallelujah sing the praises of our God
                        C          Csus4          C              Csus4   C  Csus4
(We'll be singing out:) glory hallelujah sing the praises of our God [1.]
[For repeat] (Here we're singing out)
Verse 2:
        C                            Csus4
In the shadow of the night came that burst of angel light
          C                            Csus4
And those tidings of great comfort and joy
       C                               Csus4             Am
Now we raise our voices high, join the sound of heaven's choir
                                      Gsus4   G
Singing peace on earth and praises to God
Bridge:
    Am                         F
Let all of the people sing the song that the heavens sing
     C                    Gsus4   G
Come on, let us sing hallelujah
    Am                         F                        C
Let all of the people sing the song as the angels sing along
                      Gsus4   G   Gsus4   G
Come on, come on hallelujah
Final Chorus:
                       C          Csus4          C              Csus4
(We'll be singing out) glory hallelujah sing the praises of our God
                        Am         F              C/E            G
(We'll be singing out:) glory hallelujah sing the praises of our God
                       C          Csus4           C             Csus4
(We'll be singing out) glory hallelujah sing the praises of our God
                        C/E        F              Am             F
(We'll be singing out:) glory hallelujah sing the praises of our God
                  C
 Sing glory, hallelujah

Above every other sound
I can hear that angel choir
Singing peace on earth from heaven above
Reminding us tonight
There’s a higher song to sing
And proclaiming that the Savior has come

Glory hallelujah sing the praises of our God
Glory hallelujah sing the praises of our God

In the shadow of the night
Came that burst of angel light
And those tidings of great comfort and joy
Now we raise our voices high
Join the sound of heaven’s choir
Singing peace on earth and praises to God

Let all of the people sing the song
That the heavens sing
Come on, let us sing hallelujah
Let all of the people sing the song
As the angels sing along
Come on, come on hallelujah

The brother, the sister
The mother, the father
The orphan and the refugee
Come on, sing along.
The lost and the seeker
The saint and the sinner
All His sons, all His daughters
Come on….sing glory hallelujah


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