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For de Massa guards de sheep fol' bin

Author: Sally Pratt McLean Hymnal: Battle Songs of the Cross #d39 (1901) Hymnal Title: Battle Songs of the Cross First Line: De Masa ob de sheepfel'
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De Massa ob de sheepfol'

Hymnal: Songs of Perfect Love #18 (1886) Hymnal Title: Songs of Perfect Love
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De Massa ob de Sheepfol'

Author: Miss Mclean Hymnal: The Finest of the Wheat #115 (1890) Hymnal Title: The Finest of the Wheat First Line: De Massa ob de sheepfel' Refrain First Line: For de Massa guards de sheep fol' bin Lyrics: 1 De Massa ob de sheepfol’, Dat guard de sheepfol‘ bin, Lookout in de gloom’rin‘ meadows Whar de long night rain begin. So he call to de hirelin’ shepa’d. “Is my sheep, is dey come in?” So he call to de hirelin’ shepa’d, “Is my sheep, is deall all come in?” Refrain: For de Massa guards de sheepfol’ bin, An’ he wan’s to know, “Is my sheep come in?” An’ he’s callin’, callin’, Callin’ softly, softly, Callin’ for dem all to come gadderin’ in. 2 “O,” den says de hirelin’s shepa’d, “Dar’s some, deys black an’ then, An’ some dey’s po’ ol’ weddas, Dat can’t come home agin, Day’s los’ an’ good for nuffin’, But de ress’, dey’s all brung in,” Day’s los’ an’ good for nuffin’, But de ress’, dey’s all brung in.” [Refrain] 3 Den de Massa ob de sheepfol’, Dat guard de sheepfol‘ bin, Goes down in de gloom’rin‘ meadows, Whar de long night rain begin, So he le’ down de ba’s ob de sheepfol’, Calling’ sof,’ “Come in, come in,” So he le’ down de ba’s ob de sheepfol’, Calling’ sof,’ “Come in, come in.” [Refrain] 4 Den up to’ro’ de gloom‘rin’ meadows, T’ro’ de col’ night rain an’ win’, An’ up t’ro’ de gloom’rin’ rain paf Whar de sleet fa’ pie’cin’ thin, De po’ los’ sheep of de sheepfol’, Dey all comes gadderin’ in,” De po’ los’ sheep of de sheepfol’, Dey all comes gadderin’ in.” [Refrain] Tune Title: [De Masa ob de sheepfel']

For de Massa guards de sheep fol' bin

Author: Sally Pratt McLean Hymnal: The White Ribbon Hymnal #d17 (1892) Hymnal Title: The White Ribbon Hymnal First Line: De Masa ob de sheepfel'

De Masa ob de sheepfel'

Author: Sally Pratt McLean Hymnal: White Ribbon Vibrations. 5th ed. #d15 (1890) Hymnal Title: White Ribbon Vibrations. 5th ed.

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