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Kind Words Can Never Die

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1 Kind words can never die, cherished they’ll be
After the loving face no more we see;
Oft they have brought the tear,
When earth seemed cold and drear,
Oft have they brought good cheer to you and me.

Refrain:
Kind words can never die, never die, never die,
Kind words can never die, no, never die.

2 Kind words can never die, little they cost,
And o’er life’s troubled waves, when tempest tossed,
They will return to you
Earnest, sincere and true,
Rough billows they’ll subdue; they are not lost. [Refrain]

3 Kind words can never die; if we could know
What burdens others bear, what grief and woe;
How oft a cheering word
Would from our lips be heard;
Hearts would with love be stirr’d where’er we go. [Refrain]

Source: Sunshine No. 2: songs for the Sunday school #47

Author: Sallie Keep Best

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