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Calvary

Author: Rev. B. Carradine Hymnal: The Best of All #238 (1910) First Line: There's a hill lone and gray Refrain First Line: Oh, it bows down my heart Lyrics: 1 There’s a hill lone and gray, In a land far away, In a country beyond the blue sea, Where beneath that fair sky Went a Man forth to die For the world and for you and for me. Oh, it bows down my heart, And the teardrops will start, When in mem’ry that gray hill I see; For ’twas there on its side, Jesus suffer’d and died To redeem a poor sinner like me. 2 Behold! faint on the road, 'Neath a world’s heavy load, Comes a thorn-crowned Man on the way! With a cross He is bow’d, But still on thro’ the crowd He’s ascending that hill lone and gray. Oh, it bows down my heart, And the teardrops will start, When in mem’ry that gray hill I see; For ’twas there on its side, Jesus suffer’d and died To redeem a poor sinner like me. 3 Hark, I hear the dull blow Of the hammer swung low, They are nailing my Lord to the tree! And the cross they upraise While the multitude gaze On the blest Lamb of dark Calvary! Oh, it bows down my heart, And the teardrops will start, When in mem’ry that gray hill I see; For ’twas there on its side, Jesus suffer’d and died To redeem a poor sinner like me.   4 How they mock Him in death, To His last lab’ring breath, While His friends sadly weep o’er the way! But tho’ lonely and faint, Still no word of complaint Fell from Him on the hillock of gray. Oh, it bows down my heart, And the teardrops will start, When in mem’ry that gray hill I see; For ’twas there on its side, Jesus suffer’d and died To redeem a poor sinner like me. 5 Then the darkness came down, And the rocks rent around, And a cry pierc’d the sad-laden air! ’Twas the voice of our King, Who receiv’d death’s dark sting, All to save us from endless despair. Oh, it bows down my heart, And the teardrops will start, When in mem’ry that gray hill I see; For ’twas there on its side, Jesus suffer’d and died To redeem a poor sinner like me. 6 Let the sun hide its face, Let the earth reel apace, Over men who their Saviour have slain! But, behold! from the sod, Comes the blessed Lamb of God, Who was slain, but is risen again. Shout aloud, then, my soul, Let the glad tidings roll From the land to the ends of the sea! Jesus conquer’d the grave, And has risen to save The whole world, and to make us all free. Tune Title: [There's a hill lone and gray]
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Calvary

Author: Rev. B. Carradine Hymnal: Hymns of the Comforter #7 (1938) First Line: There’s a hill lone and gray Refrain First Line: Oh, it bows down my heart Tune Title: [There’s a hill lone and gray]
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Calvary

Author: Rev. B. Carradine Hymnal: Burning Bush Songs No. 1 #52 (1902) First Line: There’s a hill lone and gray Refrain First Line: Oh, it bows down my heart Languages: English Tune Title: [There’s a hill lone and gray]

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