You came and found me – Chords and Lyrics

Steve Slesser (from Lysan) and I set up St Michaels as a jam session one night and played and worshipped. In the midst of the music I was thinking about the parable of the lost sheep. How God never ever gives up on searching for us. As the music played these lyrics happened.      :)

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verse
You came and found me
Love fails me not
Hurt, lost and broken
Hope fails me not
Bright light surrounds me
Grace fails me not
My wounds were healed
Lord you fail me not

Chorus
I'm admitting You are all I need
I am asking, begging on my knees
I surrender, all I've become
Lord surround me, with Your loving arms
Lord surround me, with Your loving arms

Bridge
In heaven they stand
Angels who praise
the worship they bring
Holy is Your name

Every knee shall bow
every tongue confess
we stand washed in his blood
proclaim his righteousness

proclaim his righteousness
proclaim his righteousness
proclaim his righteousness
© 2011 Stephen Deeming & Steve Slesser
verse
C#m		    B
You came and found me
		A
Love fails me not
C'm		   B
Hurt, lost and broken
		A
Hope fails me not
C#m			B
Bright light surrounds me
		A
Grace fails me not
C#m		B
My wounds were healed
		A
Lord you fail me not
Chorus
E    B                      A
I'm admitting You are all I need
C#m   B                    A
I am asking, begging on my knees
E     B               A
I surrender, all I've become
C#m   B                           A
Lord surround me, with Your loving arms
C#m   B                           A
Lord surround me, with Your loving arms
Bridge
F                   E
In heaven they stand
	    F
Angels who praise
		  E
the worship they bring
	     F
Holy is Your name
		 E
Every knee shall bow
		F
every tongue confess
            		E
we stand washed in his blood
		F
proclaim his righteousness
E		F
proclaim his righteousness
E		F
proclaim his righteousness
E		F
proclaim his righteousness
© 2011 Stephen Deeming & Steve Slesser