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853. The Sweetest Song

1 There is a song I never tire of singing,
It is a song which down the ages rings;
Of love divine, so pure and strong and changeless,
Naught in this world such peace and joy can bring.

O song sublime of love divine,
Ring out thy story to all the list’ning world;
Soon it may be o’er land and sea,
To every nation love’s banner be unfurled.

2 The sweetest song e’er sung by men or angels,
All nations join and swell the glad refrain;
Of Him who gave His life a willing off’ring,
Who died for all, will soon in glory reign. [Refrain]

3 Oh, herald wide the song of full redemption,
Till all the world shall fall at His dear feet;
And own Him King whose love is e’er unchanging,
While o’er and o’er the story we repeat. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: There is a song I never tire of singing
Title: The Sweetest Song
Author: Lydia S. Leech
Scripture: Revelation 15:3
Source: Timeless Truths (; Review and Herald Publishing Association, The Gospel in Song, 1926 (247)
Refrain First Line: O song sublime of love divine
Tune Information
Name: [There is a song I never tire of singing]
Composer: Adam Geibel
Key: D♭ Major
Source: Timeless Truths (; Review and Herald Publishing Association, The Gospel in Song, 1926 (247)

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