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Away With Him!

Representative Text

1 "Away with Him! Away with Him!"
The scornful rabble cried,
And mocked, rejected, long ago,
Our Lord was crucified.

Refrain:
Do you accept the Son of God?
Or do you Him deny?
"Away with Him! Away with Him!"
Oh, be not that your cry.

2 "Away with Him! Away with Him!"
How many cry today
Who will not head his loving call,
But, careless, turn away! [Refrain]

3 "Away with Him! Away with Him!"
How hard the heart must be
To pas, unmoved, that blood-stained cross
Upon Mount Calvary! [Refrain]

4 "Away with Him! Away with Him!"
But, soul with Him will go
Thy hope of heav'n and all that makes
for joy while here below. [Refrain]

Source: Life Songs: a collection of sacred songs for Sunday schools, young people's meetings and evangelistic services #39

Author: Maud Frazer Jackson

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Text Information

First Line: Away with Him! Away with Him!
Title: Away With Him!
Author: Maud Frazer Jackson
Refrain First Line: Do you accept the Son of God?
Copyright: Public Domain

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Life Songs #39

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