Still I Will Sing

Written by: Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin

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I’ll sing out Your praise
In the morning light
And I’ll call out Your name
On the edge of night
Sometimes it’s a song of joy
Sometimes a sacrifice
Still I sing
Still I will

Sing in the battle
Sing in the blessing
Sing through the shadows
Shout with the heavens
I won’t be silent, no
I won’t be silent
Still I sing, still I will sing

I’ll pour out Your praise
From the mountains high
And I’ll call out Your name
I will lift my eyes
Sometimes it’s a song of joy
Sometimes a sacrifice
Still I sing
Still I will

Sing it like you mean it
Sing it and believe it
For the glory, the glory of God
Sing it with a passion
Sing it like it matters
For the glory, the glory of God
With the heavens above

Sometimes it’s a song of joy
Sometimes a sacrifice
Sometimes it’s an easy choice
But sometimes a battle cry


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