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357. Come Into My Heart

Text Information
First Line: Come into my heart, blessed Jesus
Title: Come Into My Heart
Author: Harry D. Clark, b. 1888
Refrain First Line: Into my heart, into my heart
Meter: 9.7.9.7. with Ref.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1972
Scripture:
Topic: Book One: Hymns, Songs, Chorales; Christian Evidences: Aspiration, Idealism
Copyright: Copyright 1924 and 1927. Renewal 1952 and 1955 by H. D. Clarke. Assigned to Hope Publishing Co. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission.
Notes: Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me. Rev. 3:20.
Tune Information
Name: INTO MY HEART
Composer: Harry D. Clark
Meter: 9.7.9.7. with Ref.
Key: F Major
Copyright: Copyright 1924 and 1927. Renewal 1952 and 1955 by H. D. Clarke. Assigned to Hope Publishing Co. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission.
Notes: M.M. 104



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