He is exalted (demo) – mp3 + charts

There’s a subtle change in the title of this post since last time – namely, this song, based around  Philippians 2, has gone from draft to demo (or should that be beta?)! You gave me some great feedback when I posted the draft, and now, here’s a demo recording. It’s still a ‘rough’ demo; I recorded it at home, on my laptop, without proper monitors or know-how for mixing, and my guitar playing needs a lot of work, but you get the idea:

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Verse 1:
Son of God and Son of Man;
The Shepherd now
as spotless Lamb has come;
God with us.

From before the world began
The Father’s great
redeeming plan has come
God with us

Pre-Chorus:
Every knee bow down
Every tongue confess
That Jesus Christ is Lord
He is Lord!

Chorus:
He is exalted
The name above all names
Let all creation
Worship the King
He is exalted
The highest of Heaven;
Let earth resound His praise.

Verse 2:
In his image we were made,
In our flesh he died
The price was paid;
God for us.

Cancelling the law’s demands
As our interceder
now he stands;
God for us

If you like it and want to use it, here’s the:
chord chart | lead sheet* | mp3

*the rhythm of the second verse is very slightly different to what’s written here, but if you listen to the recording, you’ll get the drift.

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