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How He Loves Words and Music by John Mark McMillan 2005 Integrity’s Hosanna! Music/ASCAP CCLI #977558 1
Instrumental introduction 2
He is jealous for me Loves like a hurricane I am a tree Bending beneath The weight of his wind and mercy 3
And all of a sudden I am unaware of these Afflictions eclipsed by glory And I realize how beautiful you are And how great your affections are for me 4
And oh, how he loves us so Oh, oh how he loves us How he loves us all 5
Instrumental interlude 6
He is jealous for me Loves like a hurricane I am a tree Bending beneath The weight of his wind and mercy 7
And all of a sudden I am unaware of these Afflictions eclipsed by glory And I realize how beautiful you are And how great your affections are for me 8
And oh how he loves us so Oh how he loves us How he loves us so 9
Instrumental interlude 10
Yah He loves us Oh how he loves us Oh how he loves 11
We are his portion And he is our prize Drawn to redemption by the grace in his eyes If grace is an ocean we're all sinking 12
And heaven meets earth like a unforeseen kiss And my heart burns violently inside of my chest I don't have time to maintain these regrets When I think about the way That He loves us 13
Oh how he loves us Oh how he loves 14
Yah He loves us Oh how he loves us Oh how he loves 15
Instrumental interlude 16
Yah He loves us Oh how he loves us Oh how he loves 17
CCLI 977558 18
TWO STEP EQUATIONS 1. SOLVE FOR X 2. DO THE ADDITION STEP FIRST
How He Loves Us. C He is jealous for me, A m7 Loves like a hurricane, I am a tree, G Bending beneath the weight F maj7 Of his wind and mercy.
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Oh How He Loves Us He is jealous for me, Loves like a hurricane, I am a tree, Bending beneath the weight of his wind and mercy. When all of a sudden, I.
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