Gospel Song

Written by: Matt Redman, Chris Tomlin, Nick Herbert, Sam Bailey, Isaac Borquaye

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I’ll always sing this gospel song
No higher hope
No greater love
A King who came
A life laid down
For the world

I’ll always sing this hymn of grace
Heaven sent
Here to save
A King who came
A life laid down
For the world

A rugged cross
An empty grave
For God so loved the world that He gave
To us His one and only Son
I’ll always sing this gospel song
Sing on
Sing on 

The storyline has always been
How broken lives can rise again
What I could not do
You have done for me
And the world
All the world

Glory, glory, hallelujah
Glory, glory, hallelujah
Glory, glory, hallelujah
Jesus, forever, hallelujah


Those wounds in Your hands and feet
Are the reason that I can breathe
The empty tomb is where I came alive in You
And because of that everything’s new
I’m gonna tell it to my whole world
Cause You did it for the whole world
Get a message to the whole world
That You did it for the whole world

Sing on
Sing on 

Sing on
To the one and only Son
I’ll always sing this gospel song


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