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Good night, we will meet in the morning

Good night, we will meet in the morning

Tune: [Good night we will meet in the morning]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Good night we will meet in the morning,
At dawn of the heavenly day,
The morn of Redemption and glory,
When shadows have all passed away,
Good night we will meet in the morning,
Not fearing the billows that roar,
How gladly we’ll hail the blest dawning,
That brightens the ever-green shore.

2 Good night we will meet in the morning,
When sorrow and sighing are o’er,
For bright scenes of glory await us,
‘Mid lov’d ones who’ve passed on before,
Good night we will meet in the morning,
Not fearing the billows that roar,
How gladly we’ll hail the blest dawning,
That brightens the ever-green shore.

3 Good night we will meet in the morning,
How quickly would pass the brief night,
And gladly we’ll hail the blest dawning,
When heaven shall break on our sight,
Good night we will meet in the morning,
Not fearing the billows that roar,
How gladly we’ll hail the blest dawning,
That brightens the ever-green shore.

Source: Triumphant Songs No.2 #169

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First Line: Good night, we will meet in the morning
Copyright: Public Domain

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Triumphant Songs No.2 #169

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