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2037. Gute Baume Bringen

1 Star whose light shines o'er me,
Rock on which I stand,
Guide who goes before me
To my fatherland,
Daily bread reviving,
Spring that cheers my heart,
Goal to which I'm striving--
All, O Lord, Thou art!

2 But for Thine upholding
Where would strength be found?
By Thine arms enfolding
Thou dost gird me round,
Faith - a shining beacon --
Hope, lest I lose heart --
Love that cannot weaken --
All, O Lord, Thou art!

3 o from morn till even
By Thy help I come,
Till the bells of heaven
Ring my welcome home.
Then new songs I'll sing Thee
From a joyful heart.
Naught have I to bring Thee --
All, O Lord, Thou art!

Text Information
First Line: Star whose light shines o'er me
Title: Gute Baume Bringen
Author: Cornelius Krummacher, 1824-1884
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: GUTE BAUME BRINGEN
Composer: Peter Sohren



Media
Audio recording: Organ, F Major, 3
(Recorded by Clyde McLennan. F Major, 3 verses)
More media are available on the tune authority page.




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