886. My Lord! What a Morning

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Refrain:
My Lord! what a morning;
My Lord! what a morning;
Oh, my Lord! what a morning,
when the stars begin to fall.

1 You'll hear the trumpet sound
to wake the nations underground,
looking to my God’s right hand
when the stars begin to fall. [Refrain]

2 You'll hear the sinner cry
to wake the nations underground,
looking to my God’s right hand
when the stars begin to fall. [Refrain]

3 You'll hear the Christian shout
to wake the nations underground,
looking to my God’s right hand
when the stars begin to fall. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: You'll hear the trumpet sound
Title: My Lord! What a Morning
Refrain First Line: My Lord! what a morning
Language: English
Publication Date: 2015
Topic: Second Coming
Source: African-American
Tune Information
Name: [You'll hear the trumpet sound]
Harmonizer: Donald P. Hustad, 1918-2013
Key: F Major or modal
Source: African-American
Copyright: Harm. © 1990, Hope Publishing Co.



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