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Beyond the Bar

Beyond the bar on yonder shore

Author: T. M. Eastwood
Tune: [Beyond the bar on yonder shore]
Published in 12 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Beyond the bar on yonder share,
Across life's troubled sea,
There is a city bright and fair
Prepared for me, prepared for me.

Refrain:
I'll need no light of sun or star,
When I my Savior's face shall see;
That will be light enough for me,
Throughout a blest eternity,
Beyond the bar, beyond the bar.

2 Beyond the bar my King abides,
Among His jewels rare;
And some day I shall dwell with Him,--
My home is there, my home is there. [Refrain]

3 Beyond the bar there is no death,
And sorrow reigns no more;
There are no bruised and bleeding hearts
On that blest shore, on that blest shore. [Refrain]

4 Beyond the bar we'll meet again
The friends we've missed so long;
And with them sing, forevermore,
Unending song, unending song. [Refrain]

Coronation Hymns, 1910

Author: T. M. Eastwood

Early 20th Century We have little data on Eastwood, except that he was a minister in the Reformed Episcopal Church of England. --www.hymntime.com/tch/ Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Beyond the bar on yonder shore
Title: Beyond the Bar
Author: T. M. Eastwood
Language: English
Refrain First Line: I'll need no light of sun or star

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