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Let us unite and sing his praise

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1 Let us unite and sing his praise,
Jesus is King, Jesus is King;
Crown him in love with joyful lays,
Jesus the Lord is King.

Refrain:
Singing his praises, singing his praises,
Jesus, the children's King;
We will rejoice and with happy voice,
Ever his praises sing.

2 He came because he loved me so,
Down from above, down from above;
He is the children's Friend, I know,
He looks on them with love. [Refrain]

3 He gently leads us ev'ry day,
Praise to his name, praise to his name;
He will be with us all the way,
Praise to his holy name. [Refrain]

Source: Junior Songs: a collection of sacred hymns and songs; for use in meetings of junior societies, Sunday Schools, etc. #134

Author: William Lesley Mason

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Text Information

First Line: Let us unite and sing his praise
Author: William Lesley Mason
Refrain First Line: Singing his praises
Copyright: Public Domain

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