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1. Harvest Fields

1 See the shining fields of waving grain,
See the harvest fields so white!
Overspreading ev'ry hill and plain,
See the harvest fields so white!

Chorus:
There is work each may do,
Work for me, work for you,
And the lab'rers are so very few
In the harvest fields so white!

2 Hear the Saviour, as he calleth thee
To the harvest fields so white!
"Come and labor earnestly for me
In the harvest fields so white!" [Chorus]

3 Haste! the Master's urgent call obey,
See the harvest fields so white!
Quickly join the reaper's ranks today
In the harvest fields so white! [Chorus]

Text Information
First Line: See the shining fields of waving grain
Title: Harvest Fields
Author: F. S. S.
Refrain First Line: There is work each may do
Publication Date: 1902
Tune Information
Name: [See the shining fields of waving grain]
Composer: F. S. Shepard
Key: A♭ Major



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