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37b. Liverpool

1. Young people, all attention give,
And hear what I shall say;
I wish your souls with Christ to live
In everlasting day.

2. Remember you are hast’ning on
To death’s dark, gloomy shade;
Your joys on earth will soon be gone,
Your flesh in dust be laid.

Text Information
First Line: Young people all, attention give
Title: Liverpool
Publication Date: 1991
Source: Hall's New Collection, 1804
Tune Information
Name: LIVERPOOL
Arranger: M. C. H. Davis (1835)
Key: F Major



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