Sometimes Alleluia

Album: Chuck Girard (1975)
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  • SOMETIMES ALLELUIA,
    B7 E
    SOMETIMES PRAISE THE LORD
    E F#m7
    SOMETIMES GENTLY SINGING,
    B7 E
    OUR HEARTS IN ONE ACCORD

    E A/E E
    Oh let us lift our voices,
    A B7 E
    Look toward the sky and start to sing
    A B7 E C#m
    Oh let us now return His love,
    B7 Bsus B7 Bsus
    Just let our voices ring
    E A/E E
    Oh let us feel His presence,
    A B7 E
    Let the sound of praises fill the air
    A B7 E C#m
    Oh let us sing the song of Jesus' love,
    B7 Bsus B7 Bsus
    To people everywhere.


    CHORUS

    E A/E E
    Oh let our joy be unconfined,
    A B7 E
    Let us sing with freedom unrestrained
    A B7 E C#m
    Let's take this feeling that we're feeling now,
    B7 Bsus B7 Bsus
    Outside these walls and let it rain.
    E A/E E
    Oh let the Spirit overflow,
    A B7 E
    As we are filled from head to toe.
    A B7 E C#m
    We love you Father, Son and Holy Ghost,
    B7 Bsus B7 Bsus
    And we want this world to know.
    Publisher: MUSIC SERVICES, INC.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Billie from Mckinney, TxI cried with pure joy when I heard this song.
  • Mugishavictor05 from The PhilippinesThis song is an inspiration and I love it with its message and the arrangement sounds like a Gift sent from Heaven!
  • Don Ross from West AustraliaA beautiful song of worship and praise. I get very emotional when I hear and sing this song, thank you.
  • Deanna from Delavan, IlWonderful song!!!
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