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Come, O come to me

Hymnal: Band Music #152 (1886) Hymnal Title: Band Music First Line: O word of words the sweetest Languages: English
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Come, O come to me

Hymnal: Christian Endeavor Edition of Gospel Hymns No. 6 #198 (1891) Hymnal Title: Christian Endeavor Edition of Gospel Hymns No. 6 First Line: O word of words the sweetest Languages: English

Come, O, come to me

Author: James G. Johnson Hymnal: Cross and Crown Hymnal, 3rd ed. #d323 (1949) Hymnal Title: Cross and Crown Hymnal, 3rd ed. First Line: O word of words the sweetest

Come, O, come to me

Author: James G. Johnson Hymnal: Full Gospel Songs #d83 (1931) Hymnal Title: Full Gospel Songs First Line: O word of words the sweetest
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Come

Author: Mrs. James Gibson Johnson Hymnal: Gospel Hymns No. 3 #88 (1878) Hymnal Title: Gospel Hymns No. 3 First Line: Oh word of words, the sweetest Refrain First Line: Come, oh come to me Lyrics: 1 O word of words, the sweetest, Oh word, in which there lie All promise, all fulfillment, And end of mystery; Lamenting, or rejoicing, With doubt or terror nigh, I hear the "Come" of Jesus, And to His cross I fly. Refrain: Come, oh come to me, Come, oh come to me, Weary, heavy laden, Come, oh come to me, Come, oh come to me, Come, oh come to me, Weary, heavy laden come, oh come to me. 2 Oh soul! why shouldst thou wander From such a loving Friend? Cling closer, closer to Him, Stay with Him to the end, Alas! I am so helpless, So very full of sin, For I am ever wand'ring, And coming back again. [Refrain] 3 Oh, each time draw me nearer, That soon the "Come" may be Naught but a gentle whisper, To one close, close to Thee; Then, over sea and mountain, Far from, or near my home, I'll take Thy hand and follow, At that sweet whisper "Come!" [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [Oh word of words, the sweetest]
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Come

Author: Mrs. Jas. G. Johnson Hymnal: Gospel Hymns No. 6 #198 (1891) Hymnal Title: Gospel Hymns No. 6 First Line: Oh word of words the sweetest Refrain First Line: Come, oh come to me Languages: English Tune Title: [Oh word of words the sweetest]
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Come, oh, come to me

Author: Mrs. Jas. G. Johnson Hymnal: Gospel Hymns Nos. 5 and 6 Combined #435 (1892) Hymnal Title: Gospel Hymns Nos. 5 and 6 Combined First Line: Oh word of words the sweetest
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Come, O come to me

Hymnal: Hymns for Missions with Tunes (Words only) #117 (1887) Hymnal Title: Hymns for Missions with Tunes (Words only) First Line: Oh word of words, the sweetest
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Come, O come to me

Author: James G. Johnson Hymnal: Living Hymns #224 (1890) Hymnal Title: Living Hymns First Line: O word of words the sweetest
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Come, oh, come to me

Hymnal: Precious Hymns #233 (1885) Hymnal Title: Precious Hymns First Line: Oh, word of words the sweetest

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