Mt Zion Stands Most Beautiful (Dwight Armstrong)

Title: Mt Zion Stands Most Beautiful
Artist: Dwight Armstrong
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Released: 1992
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Details: Psalm 48:1, “Great is the Lord, and most worthy of praise,
in the city of our God, his holy mountain.’’

Key of C

Verse 1

       C            G7        C             F                C            G7       C
The Lord, E-ter-nal is most  great and great-ly to  be praised,
          G7        C       F          B7          C          G7      C – C7
With-in   the cit-y of our God, up-on His ho-ly hill.
              C7      B7                  C9         F           C7
Mount  Zi-on stands most beau-ti-ful, the joy of all the land,
        F       C7         F             D7              G7                             C
The cit-y  of   the might-y King, doth on  her north side stand.

Verse 2
          C         G7      C            F          C       G7         C
With-in her pal-a-ces our God is  for a re-fuge known,
       G7        C              F      B7            C           G7            C   –  C7
For to,  the kings as-sem-bled, to  -geth-er they did  come.
            C7          B7        C9       F                    C7
When they be-held it, all a- mazed, they fled in great dis-may,
         F         C7              F          D7               G7                              C
And be-ing trou-bled at Thy sight, they  thence did haste a-way.

Verse 3

      C             G7              C                F        C       G7         C
As we have heard, we saw with-in the cit-y of   our God,
        G7    C                F             B7           C                 G7      C    – C7
The cit-y which the Lord of  Hosts es-tab-lished ev-er-more.
       C7          B7         C9              F                   C7
We of    Thy lov-ing kind-ness thought, in Thy most ho-ly place,
    F           C7            F          D7               G7                           C
O God ac-cord-ing to Thy name, Thy praise fills all the earth!

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