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1 Come sing to me of Jesus’ love,
For life’s swift tide is ebbing still;
Sing how He came from Heav’n above,
To save from sin and human ill.
Sing of His love, wonderful love;
How He gave His life for me!
Sing of His love, wonderful love,
How He died to set me free!
2 Draw near, and slowly sing to me
How thus on Him my sins were laid,
That I now in His cross may see
That all my debt is fully paid. [Refrain]
3 Oh, sing again of Calvary,
Where Jesus died my soul to save;
How through His death and agony
The Savior triumphed o’er the grave. [Refrain]
4 Sing how tho’ now exalted high
At His almighty Father’s side,
In death’s cold wave He still is nigh,
To safely bear me o’er the tide. [Refrain]Source: The Cyber Hymnal #9743