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106b. Shall men pretend to pleasure

1.
Shall men pretend to pleasure,
Who never knew the Lord?
Can all the worldling's treasure
True peace of mind afford?
They may obtain this jewel,
In what their hearts desire,
When they, by adding fuel,
Can quench the flame of fire.

Text Information
First Line: Shall men pretend to pleasure
Title: Shall men pretend to pleasure
Publication Date: 1854
Meter: 7, 6
Source: Dover Selection, p. 7
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: PACOLET
Composer: Wm. Golightly, jr.
Meter: 7, 6



Media
MIDI file: Pacolet.midi

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