Greatest Hallelujah

Written by: Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin

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There's a hallelujah
An everlasting song
A never-ending anthem
We sing to You alone
Resounding in the heavens
And in our hearts today
How greatly we're forgiven
And how great, how great will be Your praise

And with this song I will rise
For the honor of Your name
From this breath to my last
Then forever and a day
I'll pour out my heart
I'll pour out my soul
My greatest hallelujah

Alpha and OmegaBeginning and the End
Author of Salvation
A Father and a friend
You thunder and You whisper
Your glory fills the skies
Worthy, You are worthy
Let Your name, Your name be lifted high

And there's a moment coming
A day above them all
When we will stand in glory
And see the face of God
Sing holy, holy, holy
Holy is the Lord
And bring our hallelujahs
For You reign, You reign forevermore
We’ll bring our hallelujahs
For You reign, You reign forevermore

And we will sing hallelujah
Forever, sing hallelujah
Your people sing hallelujah
Forever, sing hallelujah

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