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Verse:
Hear the sound of our chains
They come crashing down
There's freedom in your name
The cross erased our guilt and shame
The past can't condemn the ones
Who bear your name

Pre-chorus:
We found our hope in you (repeat)

Chorus:
You make all things new, new life found in you
You restore the years that we have wasted
You make all things new, your love breaking through
There's healing in your wake and we are changed

Verse:
Hear the shout of your church
The rescued and redeemed Lord we are yours
Saved by grace by grace we live
Nothing separates the love you give

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Chorus 2:
You make all things new, new life found in you
You restore the years that we have wasted
You make all things new, your love breaking through
There's healing in your wake and we are changed
You leave healing in your wake and we are changed
There is healing in your name for us to change



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