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112. Beulah Land

1 I've reached the land of corn and wine,
And all its riches freely mine;
Here shines undimmed one blissful day,
For all my night has passed away.

Chorus:
Oh, Beulah Land, sweet Beulah Land,
As on thy highest mount I stand,
I look away across the sea,
Where mansions are prepared for me,
And view the shining glory shore,
My heaven, my home, for evermore!

2 My Saviour comes and walks with me,
And sweet communion here have we,
He gently leads me by his hand,
For this is heaven's border-land.
[Chorus]

3 A sweet perfume upon the breeze
Is borne from ever-vernal trees,
And flowers that never-fading grow
Where stream of life forever flow.
[Chorus]

4 The zephyrs seem to float to me
Sweet sounds of heaven's melody,
As angels with the white-robed throng
Join in the sweet redemption song.
[Chorus]

Text Information
First Line: I've reached the land of corn and wine
Title: Beulah Land
Publication Date: 1884
Refrain First Line: Oh, Beulah Land, sweet Beulah Land
Notes: Music No. 216 in "The Quartet."
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