5. Thou Hast Redeemed Me

1 Over my spirit, silently musing,
Came a sweet message, peaceful, divine;
Tranquilly stealing, slowly repeating,
I have redeem'd thee and thou art mine.

Thou hast redeemed me, wonderful Saviour,
Under Thy watch-care still would I be;
Tenderly fold me, lovingly hold me;
Hiding forever my soul in Thee.

2 Rich are the blessings Thou art bestowing,
Bountiful Shepherd, Saviour divine;
I shall not weary, walking beside Thee,
Thou hast redeem'd me, my life is Thine. [Refrain]

3 Green are the pastures, cool are the waters,
Where at the noontide oft I recline;
How shall I thank Thee, how shall I praise Thee?
Thou hast redeem'd me, my life is Thine. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Over my spirit, silently musing
Title: Thou Hast Redeemed Me
Author: Fanny J. Crosby
Publication Date: 1884
Refrain First Line: Tenderly fold me, lovingly hold me
Tune Information
Name: [Over my spirit, silently musing]
Composer: W. H. Doane
Key: A♭ Major

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