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Sing Hallelujah to Jesus

Representative Text

1 Come, sing hallelujah to Jesus,
In praises so glad and so sweet;
Oh! sing of His grace and His glory,
While worshiping low at His feet.

Refrain:
Come, sing hallelujah forever,
Oh! sing hallelujah again;
Hosanna to God in the highest,
Forever and ever, Amen.

2 Come, sing hallelujah to Jesus,
A ransom He gave for each soul;
A fountain He opened on Calv'ry,
Oh! brother, come bathe and be whole. [Refrain]

3 Come, sing hallelujah forever,
The riches of Christ's love proclaim;
In beauty of holiness worship,
Come join in the jubilant strain. [Refrain]

Source: Crowning Glory No. 1: a choice collection of gospel hymns #59

Author: Eliza M. Sherman

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Text Information

First Line: Come, sing hallelujah to Jesus
Title: Sing Hallelujah to Jesus
Author: Eliza M. Sherman
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Come, sing hallelujah forever
Copyright: Public Domain

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Crowning Glory No. 1 #59

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Sun-Shine Songs for the Sunday School #64

The Crowning Glory Nos. 1 and 2 #d52

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