A New Hallelujah

Album: A New Hallelujah (2008)
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  • Can you hear, there's a new song
    Breaking out from the children of freedom
    Every race and every nation
    Sing it out sing a new Hallelujah

    Let us sing love to the nations
    Bringing hope of the grace that has freed us
    Make Him known and make Him famous
    Sing it out sing the new Hallelujah

    Arise
    Let the church arise
    Let love reach to the other side
    Alive come alive
    Let the song arise

    Africa sings a new song
    Reaching out with the new Hallelujah
    Every son and every daughter
    Everyone sing a new Hallelujah

    Arise
    Let the song arise
    Let love reach to the other side
    Alive come alive
    Let the song arise

    Whoa whoa, whoa whoa yeah
    Let the song arise, let the song arise yeah
    Let the song arise, let the song arise

    Let the world sing a new Hallelujah
    From Africa to Australia
    From Brazil to China
    From New York down to Houston!

    Arise
    Let the church arise
    Let love reach to the other side
    Alive come alive
    Let the song arise

    Everyone sing a new Hallelujah
    Everyone sing a new Hallelujah Writer/s: Tim Hughes
    Publisher: CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP, Capitol CMG Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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