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151. The Lamb appears to wipe our tears

1.
The Lamb appears to wipe our tears,
And to complete our glory;
Then shall we rest with all the blest,
And tell the lovely story.
To sit and tell Christ loved us well,
And that when we were sinners;
Heaven will ring, while saints do sing,
"Glory to the Redeemer."

Text Information
First Line: The Lamb appears to wipe our tears
Title: The Lamb appears to wipe our tears
Publication Date: 1854
Meter: 8, 7
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: REPOSE
Meter: 8, 7



Media
MIDI file: Repose.midi




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