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The Story Sweet and Old

Author: Rev. Wm. Haughton Hymnal: Crowning Day No. 2 #140 (1896) First Line: Have you listened to the story sweet and old Refrain First Line: Story, sweet old story, wondrous story Lyrics: 1 Have you listened to the story sweet and old, Filling life with light and glory men have told, How there came a heav’nly stranger, Cradle low in Beth’lem’s manger, Strong to shield you from all danger, God’s dear fold. Refrain: Oh, the story, wondrous story, Filling earth with light and glory, Oh, the story, sweet old story, Tell it o’er and o’er again. 2 It is full of human sweetness ever new, Rich in love divine completeness, oh, how true! Grief her lonely vigil keeping, Care her trust with sorrow steeping, Lift your eyes and heart it weeping, ‘Tis for you. [Refrain] 3 When I heard the wondrous story so divine, Coming down thro’ annals hoary, Christ was mine, Oh, that love beyond comparing, Burdened heart thy sorrow bearing, For thy sake the thorn crown wearing, Is he thine? [Refrain] Tune Title: [Have you listened to the story sweet and old]
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The Story, Sweet and Old

Author: Rev. W. Haughton Hymnal: Beautiful Songs; a new and choice collection of songs for the sunday school. Also, a responsive service for each month in the year #125 (1887) First Line: Have you listened to the story sweet and old Tune Title: [Have you listened to the story sweet and old]

Have you listened to the story sweet and old

Author: W. Haughton Hymnal: Sunny-side Songs for Sunday Schools #d45 (1893)

Have you listened to the story sweet and old

Author: W. Haughton Hymnal: Beautiful Songs for Sunday Schools #d54 (1887)

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