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125. Sing a Song of Triumph

1 Sing a song of triumph,
As we onward go;
Jesus shall be victor
Over ev’ry foe.
Satan shall be vanquished,
And from shore to shore
Jesus Christ shall reign as
King and Conqueror.

Refrain:
Our God is marching on to certain victory,
Let all the world His name adore;
An everlasting kingdom His shall surely be,
His reign from sea to sea, and shore to shore.
Our God is Marching on to certain victory,
The triumph son exultant sing;
His glorious name in ev’ry land shall honored be,
And all the world shall crown Him King.

2 Sing a song of triumph,
Crowning day is near;
In the clouds of glory
Christ shall soon appear,
Coming in like manner
As He went away,
And with joyful hearts we
Antedate the day. [Refrain]

3 Sing a song of triumph,
Swell it loud and long;
Right shall be victorious
Over ev’ry wrong.
Join the conqu’ring army,
Jesus leads the way;
Swiftly we are hast’ning
Tow’rd the crowning day. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Sing a song of triumph
Title: Sing a Song of Triumph
Author: Mrs. C. H. M.
Refrain First Line: Our God is marching on to certain victory
Publication Date: 1933
Topic: Choir and Choruses; Praise
Tune Information
Name: [Sing a song of triumph]
Composer: Mrs. C. H. Morris



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