9050. Satisfied

1 Some day, when all my heartaches cease,
And I shall rest in perfect peace;
Where pain and care cannot annoy,
Then sweetest pleasures I’ll enjoy.

Refrain:
And I’ll be satisfied, yes, I’ll be satisfied,
When I shall stand redeemed by grace;
And I’ll be satisfied, yes, I’ll be satisfied,
When I shall see Him face to face.

2 Some day, these weary eyes will close,
And I shall sink to sweet repose;
Then I shall wake in glad surprise,
And in my Savior’s image rise. [Refrain]

3 Some day, when burdens are laid down,
And I receive the victor’s crown;
I shall be free from every fear,
And God will wipe away each tear. [Refrain]

4 Some day, when on my listening ear,
Shall fall the song of heav’nly cheer;
When I shall tread the golden street,
And there my precious loved ones greet. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Some day, when all my heartaches cease
Title: Satisfied
Author: Minnie Dietrich (1905)
Refrain First Line: And I’ll be satisfied, yes, I’ll be satisfied
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [Some day, when all my heartaches cease]
Composer (attributed to): Joseph Lincoln Hall
Key: A♭ Major
Copyright: Public Domain



Media
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