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  1. 1. I hear the birds singing out to the sunrise.

    I see the stars fading away in the morning light.

    Golden sun shines on down through the treetops,

    Where there is a summer breeze that whispers so soft.

    (PRE-CHORUS)

    And I sing, “O Jah, Jehovah my God,

    The work of your hands fills us with awe.” I stare at the stars,

    Wondering how you care who we are.

    (CHORUS)

    I see your wonders, and I sing to you.

    I see your wonders, and I sing to you.

    I sing to you.

  2. 2. These wondrous, moving, breathing creations​—

    Oh, in the night, in the day—can you hear what they say?

    From mountaintops to the bottoms of oceans,

    Let ev’ry living thing sing out to your praise.

    (PRE-CHORUS)

    And I sing, “O Jah, Jehovah my God,

    The work of your hands fills us with awe.” I stare at the stars,

    Wondering how you care who we are.

    (CHORUS)

    I see your wonders, and I sing to you.

    I see your wonders, and I sing to you.

    I sing to you.

    (BRIDGE)

    Looking past what we can see with our eyes,

    We will come to know more about the One who gave us life.

    (PRE-CHORUS)

    And I sing, “O Jah, Jehovah my God,

    The work of your hands fills us with awe.” I stare at the stars,

    Wondering how you care who we are.

    (CHORUS)

    I see your wonders, and I sing to you.

    I see your wonders, and I sing to you.

    I see your wonders, and I—I sing to you.

    I see your wonders, and I—I sing to you.

    I see your wonders, and I—I sing to you.

    I sing to you.