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Come to Me

“Come to me, Ye who are hard oppressed

Tune: [“Come to me, Ye who are hard oppressed]
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 “Come to me, Ye who are hard oppressed;
Lay your head gently upon my breast;
Come to me, And I will give you rest;
weary one, Hither come! God is your home!”

2 “Come to me!” Jehovah gently pleads;
“Come to me, I can supply all needs;
And my way, Unto green pasture leads;
Free from sin! Enter in! God is your home!”

Text Information

First Line: “Come to me, Ye who are hard oppressed
Title: Come to Me
Source: Traditional
Language: English


Instances (1 - 1 of 1)

Lift Every Voice and Sing II #156

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