He's Sweet, I Know

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He's sweet, I know. He's sweet, I know.
Storm clouds may rise, strong winds may blow.
I'll tell the world wherever I go,
That I've found a Savior, and He's sweet, I know.

1 I can't forget when I was sad.
Head hanging down, soul feeling bad.
All I could say was, Lord, take my heart.
Jesus heard and saved me, and gave me a start. [Refrain]

2 I have my ticket here in my hand.
I'm going to that beautiful land.
Sometime I weep and sometime I moan.
But I'm bound for glory, and I'm going on. [Refrain]

Source: One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism: an African American ecumenical hymnal #414

Author: A. Jackson

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First Line: I can't forget when I was sad
Title: He's Sweet, I Know
Author: A. Jackson
Source: Traditional Gospel Hymn
Language: English
Refrain First Line: He's sweet I know

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