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80b. Service of the Lord

1. Farewell, vain world, I'm going home;
I am bound to die in the army.
My Savior smiles and bids me come,
I am bound to die in the army.
I am bound to live in the service of my Lord,
I am bound to die in the army.

2. Sweet angels beckon me away,
I am bound to die in the army.
To sing God's praise in endless day,
I am bound to die in the army.
I am bound to live in the service of my Lord,
I am bound to die in the army.

Text Information
First Line: Farewell, vain world, I’m going home
Title: Service of the Lord
Author: Anonymous
Publication Date: 1991
Tune Information
Name: SERVICE OF THE LORD
Composer: E. J. King (1844)
Meter: L.M.
Key: F Major






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