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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.

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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