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I See the Morning Breakin'

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1 I see the morning breakin'
through the valleys and the hills.
I see the morning breakin'
as I go, as I go.
I see the morning breakin'
through the valleys and the hills
and I'm goin' home to Jesus,
bless my soul, bless my soul.

2 I feel the fresh wind blowin'
through the valleys and the hills.
I feel the fresh wind blowin'
as I go, as I go.
I feel the fresh wind blowin'
through the valleys and the hills.
and I'm goin' home to Jesus,
bless my soul, bless my soul.

3 I hear the people stirrin'
through the valleys and the hills.
I hear the people stirrin'
as I go, as I go.
I hear the people stirrin'
through the valleys and the hills.
and I'm goin' home to Jesus,
bless my soul, bless my soul.



Source: Chalice Hymnal #641

Author: Bill Staines

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Text Information

First Line: I see the morning breaking
Title: I See the Morning Breakin'
Author: Bill Staines
Meter: Irregular
Language: English
Copyright: © 1974 Sweet Wine Music

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