Lay It At The Cross

Written by: Travis Ryan, Brandon Collins, Jordan Merritt, David Gentiles

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Original Key: F#

Tempo: 78.00


Intro:
F♯    B     F♯     B
Verse 1:
D♯m                    B
  Weary one, weary one   in Your weakness
F♯                           A♯m     B
There is a hope that brings strength
D♯m                          B
  Lonely heart, lonely heart   in your longing
F♯                      C♯  
There is a plan for the ache
Pre-Chorus:
G♯m                        D♯m             F♯m                    B  C♯
All of our suff'ring for life everlasting, all of our sorrow for good
Chorus:
F♯                       C♯    D♯m                       B
  At the cross we find healing,    at the cross we find peace
F♯                       C♯   D♯m                       B           C♯    F♯  B
  At the cross we find Jesus,      at the cross we find all that we ever need
Verse 2:
D♯m                          B
  Faithful one, faithful one    in your calling
F♯                       A♯m   B
There is a love that sustains
D♯m                             B
  Desp'rate soul, desp'rate soul    in your seeking
F♯                       C♯
There is a truth that remains
Bridge:
F♯                     G♯m7
  Bring your heartbreak,     bring your tears
F♯/A♯                 B           C♯  
  Bring your grieving,     lay it at the cross
F♯                    G♯m7
  Bring your questions,    bring your fear
F♯/A♯                B
  Bring you're anger,    lay it at the cross
C♯                  G♯m7
  Bring your battles,    bring your loss
F♯/A♯                B
  Bring your trials,     lay them at the cross
F♯/C♯              G♯m7
  Bring your future,    bring your past
F♯/A♯          B          C♯
  Ev'ry moment,    lay it at the cross
Coda:
D♯m                    B           C♯        D♯m         B           C♯
  At the cross we find all that we ever need.    We find all that we ever need.
D♯m       B           C♯    F♯ 
  We find all that we ever need
B/F♯      F♯     B/F♯      F♯

Weary one, weary one in Your weakness
There is a hope that brings strength
Lonely heart, lonely heart in your longing
There is a plan for the ache

All of our suffering for life everlasting
All of our sorrow for good

At the cross we find healing
At the cross we find peace
At the cross we find Jesus
At the cross we find all that we ever need

Faithful one, faithful one in your calling
There is a love that sustains
Desperate soul, desperate soul in your seeking
There is a truth that remains

Bring your heartbreak, bring your tears
Bring your grieving
Lay it at the cross

Bring your questions, bring your fear
Bring your anger
Lay it at the cross

Bring your battles, bring your loss
Bring your trials
Lay them at the cross

Bring your future, bring your past
Every moment
Lay it at the cross


Copyright © 2017 Integrity's Alleluia! Music, Brandon Michael Collins Music, Jordan Merritt, Van Ness Press, Inc


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