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All round the world the army chariot rolls

All round the world the army chariot rolls

Author: William James Person
Published in 4 hymnals

Representative Text

1 All round the world the Army chariot rolls,
All round the world the Lord is saving souls,
All round the world our soldiers will be brave,
Around our colours we will rally,
Wave, soldiers, wave.

Refrain:
Keep waving, keep waving, keep every flag unfurled,
We soon shall have our colours waving all round the world.

2 All round the world with music and with song,
All round the world we’ll boldly march along,
All round the world to free each sin-bound slave,
We’ll wave our Army flags for Jesus,
Wave, soldiers, wave.

3 All round the world redeeming grace shall flow,
All round the world we will to battle go,
All round the world the universe to save,
With blood and fire, with faith and feeling,
Wave, soldiers, wave.


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #775

Author: William James Person

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First Line: All round the world the army chariot rolls
Author: William James Person
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #775

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