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THE GOD I KNOW KC Gan / City Harvest Church Key: D Intro: | Bm | G | D | A | Bm7 G When the stage is bare tonight D There's no one else A Just You and me Bm7 G When the curtains close behind D There's no pretense A I'm on my knees (pre chorus) G Bm I will lay down my life D For the love sacrifice A/C# You gave to me Em7 It's all because of You Asus All because of You (chorus) D The God I know G Righteous and Holy Em7 The God I know A D Faithful and true G The God I know Em7 My tower of refuge D/F# Hearts are healed Asus Christ revealed D The God I know G Light of the City Em7 The God I know A D Strengthens the weak G The God I know Em7 Your heart beats within me D/F# A D (Bm7, G to verse) As You are, so are we (bridge) G This is my cry Bm7…...

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