You are good, You are good, and Your love endures.
You are good, You are good, and Your love endures.
You are good, You are good, and Your love endures today.

Lord, let Your glory fall, as on an ancient day.
Songs of enduring love,
And then Your glory came.
And as a sign to You,
That we will love the same,
Our hearts will sing that song,
As we pray!
God, let Your glory come!

You are good, You are good, and Your love endures.
You are good, You are good, and Your love endures.
You are good, You are good, and Your love endures today.

Voices in unison,
Giving You thanks and praise,
Joined by the instruments,
And then Your glory came.
Your presence like a cloud,
Upon that ancient day,
The priests were overwhelmed,
All because, because Your glory came!

You are good, You are good, and Your love endures.
You are good, You are good, and Your love endures.
You are good! You are good, and Your love endures today.
You are good!
You are good, You are good, and Your love endures.
You are good, You are good, and Your love endures.
You are good, You are good, and Your love endures today.

You are good to us, Lord!
You are so good, yesterday, today, and forever!
You never change!

A sacrifice was made,
And then Your fire came.
They knelt upon the ground,
And with one voice they prayed,
And they sang as we sing today,
That,
You are good, You are good, and Your love endures.
You are good, You are good, and Your love endures.
You are good, You are good, and Your love endures today.

You are good, You are good, and Your love endures.
You are good, You are good, and Your love endures.
You are good, You are good, and Your love endures today.

You are good, You are good, and Your love endures.
Oh, You are good, You are good, and Your love endures.
You are good, You are good, and Your love endures today, today.


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