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[Verse 1:]
Lift those hands, 'cause He's worthy.
Lift those hands, 'cause He's great.
We were made to give You worship,
lift those hands and praise the Lord today.

[Verse 2:]
Clap those hands, 'cause He's worthy.
Clap those hands, 'cause He's great.
We were made to give You worship,
clap those hands and praise the Lord today.

[Chorus:]
For He made us a little lower than the angels,
and He saved us to give majesty
and glory to His name.
If you're not ashamed, come on Zion,
lift those hands and praise the Lord today.

[Bridge:]
Hallelujah in His presence.
Hallelujah is the highest praise.
Worship Him for He desires,
hallelujah, praise the Lord today.

[Vamp 1:]
Lift those hands,
lift those hands,
lift those hands,
if you're not ashamed to praise Him.

[Vamp 2:]
Clap those hands,
clap those hands,
clap those hands,
if you know He's strong and mighty.

[Vamp 3:]
Hallelujah,
hallelujah,
hallelujah,
give His name the highest praise.

[Vamp 4:]
Lift those hands,
clap those hands,
lift those hands,
if you're not ashamed to praise Him.

[Ending:]
Come on and lift those hands.



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