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Intro:

Chorus:
Everyday with You, Lord
Is swee - ter than the day be - - fore
Everyday with You, Lord
Is swee - ter than the day be - - fore
Every morning' I will worship, every evenin' I'll adore
'Cause every day with You is sweeter,
Sweeter than the day before.

Verse 1:
What a privilege to know You
Like I know You
To be loved like You love me
What an honor to worship
Truly worship
From this heart that You have freed
From the rising of the sun
To the setting of the same
(repeat Chorus)

Verse 2:
What a wonder to live life
Really live life
Overcoming anything
What a reason to lift up
Freely lift up
Every day my everything
From the rising of the sun
To the setting up the same
(repeat Chorus)

Bridge:
(2x)
Every day, every day with You Lord
(Every day, every day with You Lord)
Every day, sweeter than the day before
(Every day, sweeter than the day before)
(repeat several times)
(repeat Chorus)



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