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We two

I cannot do it alone

Author: Emily P. Miller
Tune: [I cannot do it alone]
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 I cannot do it alone;
The waves run fast and high;
The fogs close chill around,
The light goes out in the sky,
But I know we two shall win in the end,
Jesus and I,
Yes, I know we two shall win in the end,
Jesus and I.

2 A coward, wayward and weak,
I change with changing sky;
I’m one day eager and brave,
The next not caring to try,
But I know we two shall win in the end,
Jesus and I,
Yes, I know we two shall win in the end,
Jesus and I.

3 I could not guide it myself,
My boat on life’s wild sea;
There’s One who sits by my side,
Who pulls and steers with me,
And I know we two shall safe enter port,
Jesus and I,
Yes, I know we two shall safe enter port,
Jesus and I.

Source: New Songs of Pentecost No. 3 #90

Author: Emily P. Miller

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Text Information

First Line: I cannot do it alone
Title: We two
Author: Emily P. Miller
Refrain First Line: And I know we two shall win
Copyright: Public Domain

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