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Author: Horatius Bonar Hymnal: Fairer than Day. enl. ed. #d198 (1903) Hymnal Title: Fairer than Day. enl. ed. First Line: When I awake in that [the] sweet morn of morns Refrain First Line: I shall be satisfied
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Author: Bonar Hymnal: Good Tidings #B2 (1885) Hymnal Title: Good Tidings First Line: When I awake in that sweet morn of morns Languages: English Tune Title: [When I awake in that sweet morn of morns]
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Author: Horatius Bonar Hymnal: Honey Out of the Rock #156 (1894) Hymnal Title: Honey Out of the Rock First Line: When I awake in the sweet morn of morns Refrain First Line: I shall be satisfied Lyrics: 1 When I awake in the sweet morn of morns, After whose dawning night ne’er returns; And with whose glory the day ever burns, I shall be satisfied; Refrain: I shall be satisfied; I shall be satisfied; When in the likeness of God I’m arrayed, I shall be satisfied. 2 When I shall meet with the ones I have lov’d, Clasp in my arms the long, long remov’d, And find how faithful the Lord, then has prov’d, I shall be satisfied; [Refrain] 3 When I shall gaze on the dear face of Him, Who died for me, with eye no more dim, And praise Him ever with heav’n’s swelling hymn, I shall be satisfied; [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [When I awake in the sweet morn of morns]
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Author: Horatius Bonar Hymnal: Light in the Valley #114 (1898) Hymnal Title: Light in the Valley First Line: When I awake in that [the] sweet morn of morns
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Author: Horatius Bonar Hymnal: On Wings of Song #86 (1896) Hymnal Title: On Wings of Song First Line: When I awake in the sweet morn of morns Refrain First Line: I shall be satisfied, I shall be satisfied Languages: English Tune Title: [When I awake in the sweet morn of morns]

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Author: Horatius Bonar Hymnal: Pilgrim's Hymnal, a Book of Choice Songs for the Home and All the Services of the Churches #d233 (1936) Hymnal Title: Pilgrim's Hymnal, a Book of Choice Songs for the Home and All the Services of the Churches First Line: When I awake in that [the] sweet morn of morns
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Author: Bonar Hymnal: Sabbath Bells #64 (1884) Hymnal Title: Sabbath Bells First Line: When I awake in that sweet morn of morns

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Author: Horatius Bonar Hymnal: Song-Land Messenger No.2 #d263 (1898) Hymnal Title: Song-Land Messenger No.2 First Line: When I awake in that [the] sweet morn of morns
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Author: Horatius Bonar Hymnal: Sunlight in Sacred Song #74 (1892) Hymnal Title: Sunlight in Sacred Song First Line: When I awake in the sweet morn of morns

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Author: Horatius Bonar Hymnal: Sweet Fields of Eden for the Sabbath School #d112 (1882) Hymnal Title: Sweet Fields of Eden for the Sabbath School First Line: When I awake in that [the] sweet morn of morns

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