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216. Loyalty to Christ

1 From over hill and plain
There comes the signal strain,
‘Tis loyalty, loyalty, loyalty to Christ;
Its music rolls along,
The hills take up the song,
Of loyalty, loyalty,
Yes, loyalty to Christ.

Chorus:
“On to victory! On to victory!”
Cries our great Commander;
“On!” We’ll move at His command,
We’ll soon possess the land,
Thro’ loyalty, loyalty,
Yes, loyalty to Christ.

2 O hear, ye brave, the sound
That moves the earth around,
‘Tis loyalty, loyalty, loyalty to Christ;
Arise to dare and do,
Ring out the watchword true,
Of loyalty, loyalty,
Yes, loyalty to Christ. [Chorus]

3 Come, join our loyal throng,
We’ll rout the giant wrong,
‘Tis loyalty, loyalty, loyalty to Christ;
Where Satan’s banners float,
We’ll send this bugle note,
Of loyalty, loyalty,
Yes, loyalty to Christ. [Chorus]

4 The strength of youth we lay
At Jesus’ feet today,
‘Tis loyalty, loyalty, loyalty to Christ;
His gospel we’ll proclaim,
Thro’out the world’s domain,
Of loyalty, loyalty,
Yes, loyalty to Christ. [Chorus]

Text Information
First Line: From over hill and plain
Title: Loyalty to Christ
Author: Dr. E. T. Cassel
Publication Date: 1960
Topic: Activity; Christ; Conflict
Language: English
Refrain First Line: On to victory!
Tune Information
Name: [From over hill and plain]
Composer: Flora H. Cassel
Key: F Major



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