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A song there is, 'tis wondrous sweet

A song there is, 'tis wondrous sweet

Author: C. H. Mann
Tune: [A song there is, ‘tis wondrous sweet]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 A song there is, ‘tis wondrous sweet,
The song of Jesus’ love;
And we shall oft this song repeat
In the shining realms above.

Refrain:
O beautiful song,
The song of redeeming love,
Like incense sweet it soars aloft
To the throne of God above.

2 Redeem’d from sin, made pure and white,
That love we’ll better know;
Up there in God’s eternal light
We shall learn how much we owe. [Refrain]

3 Whate’er we have of wealth or bliss,
That love for us hath bought;
No friend can give us love like this
For it passes human thought. [Refrain]

4 To sing that song is bliss supreme,
It rings thro’ heav’n above;
The love of God is all its theme,
And ‘tis everlasting love. [Refrain]

Source: The Finest of the Wheat No. 2 #41

Author: C. H. Mann

19th Century  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: A song there is, 'tis wondrous sweet
Author: C. H. Mann
Refrain First Line: O beautiful song, inspiring song

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The Finest of the Wheat No. 2 #41

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