1 At the golden gate our lov’d are waiting,
Gather’d there beyond the great divide;
And at times we hear their tender voices
Calling to us from life’s other side.
At the golden gate our lov’d are waiting,
They who once this earthly journey trod;
And with beck’ning hands they bid us welcome,
Welcome to the Paradise of God.
2 O how thin the veil that lies between us
And the friends so dear we lost a while!
We may almost see their radiant faces,
We may almost catch their gracious smile. [Refrain]
3 All the sons of God are but one fam’ly
Whether on this earthly plane below
Or up there on yonder heights of glory;
We are join’d in heart with them, we know. [Refrain]
Source: Songs of Summerland #121
|First Line:||At the golden gate our loved are waiting|
|Title:||At the Golden Gate|
|Refrain First Line:||At the golden gate our lov'd are waiting|
|Copyright:||This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1943.|
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|Songs of Summerland #121||At the Golden Gate||At the golden gate our lov'd are waiting||[At the golden gate our loved are waiting]||Thoro Harris||1943|