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Your Name  Paul Baloche

[G/B]     [C(add9]        [D/F#]      [G5]    [G/B]     [C(add9]        [D/F#] [G5] 
Verse 1:
As [G/B]morning [C(add9]dawns and [D]evening [G5]fades
[G/B]You in[C(add9]spire   [D]songs of [G5]praise
That [G/B]rise from ea[C(add9]rth to touch[D] Your h[Em7]eart
[C(add9]and glorify[D] Your Nam[G5]e

Your Na[Bm7]me   [Em7] is a [G5]strong and mighty tow[C2]er
Your Na[D]me [Em7]    is a [G5]shelter like no oth[C2]er
Your Nam[D]e,[Em7]   let the n[G5]ations sing it lou[C2]der
'Cause [G/B]nothing has the pow[C2]er to sa[Dsus]ve    [D]
But Your [G/B]Name [C(add9]         [D/F#]      [G5]    [G/B]     [C(add9]         [D/F#]      [G5]

Verse 2:
[G/B]Jesus, [C(add9]in Your [D]Name we pra[G5]y
[G/B]Come and [C(add9]fill our [D]hearts toda[G5]y
Lord, [G/B]give us stren[C(add9]gth to live[D] for You
[Em7]and [C(add9]glorify [D]Your Nam[G5]e

[Em7]    [D(add4]        [Asus]     [A]  [Em7]    [D(add4]        [Asus]     [A] [C(add9] 

Chorus 2:
Your N[D]ame[Em7]    is [G5]a strong and mighty [C2]tower
Your N[D]ame[Em7]    is a [G5]shelter like no oth[C2]er
Your N[D]ame[Em7],   let the [G5]nations sing it loud[C2]er
(1st & 2nd endings)
'Cause [G/B]nothing has the pow[C2]er to sav[Dsus]e    [D] but
(Repeat Chorus)
(3rd ending)

'Cause [G/B]nothing has the pow[C2]er to sav[Dsus]e    [D] but Your Name
[G/B](Repe[C2]at) [D]   [G5]    [G/B]     [C2]    [D]   [G5]



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A Asus Bm7 C2 D D/F# Dsus Em7 G/B G5
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