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313. Farewell! vain world, I'm going home

1.
Farewell! vain world, I'm going home,
Where there's no more stormy clouds arising;
My Savior smiles, and bids me come
Where there's no more stormy clouds arising.

2.
Sweet angels beckon me away,
Where there's no more stormy clouds arising;
To sing God's praise in endless day,
Where there's no more stormy clouds arising.

To the land, to the land, to the land I am bound,
Where there's no more stormy clouds arising.

Text Information
First Line: Farewell! vain world, I'm going home
Title: Farewell! vain world, I'm going home
Publication Date: 1854
Meter: L.M. 2 lines
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: TRAVELLING PILGRIM
Meter: L.M. 2 lines



Media
MIDI file: TravellingPilgrim.midi




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