God of This City

Album: Hello Love (2008)
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  • You're the God of this city
    You're the King of these people
    You're the Lord of this nation
    You are

    You're the light in this darkness
    You're the hope to the hopeless
    You're the peace to the restless
    You are

    There is no one like our God
    There is no one like our God

    For greater things have yet to come
    And greater things are still to be done in this city
    Greater things have yet to come
    And greater things are still to be done in this city

    You're the God of this city
    You're the King of these people
    You're the Lord of this nation
    You are

    You're the light in this darkness
    You're the hope to the hopeless
    You're the peace to the restless
    You are

    There is no one like our God
    There is no one like our God

    For greater things have yet to come
    And greater things are still to be done in this city
    Greater things have yet to come
    And greater things are still to be done in this city

    Greater things have yet to come
    And greater things are still to be done here

    There is no one like our God
    There is no one like you, God

    For greater things have yet to come
    And greater things are still to be done in this city
    Greater things have yet to come
    And greater things are still to be done

    We believe, we believe in you, God

    Greater things have yet to come
    And greater things are still to be done in this city
    Greater things have yet to come
    And greater things are still to be done here
    Greater things, still to be done here
    Ooh Writer/s: Aaron Boyd, Andrew Mccann, Ian Jordan, Peter Comfort, Peter Kernaghan, Richard Bleakley
    Publisher: CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP, Capitol CMG Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group
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