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Marching On

Marching on, marching on to glory

Author: M. A. C.
Tune: [Marching on, marching on to glory]
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 Marching on, marching on to glory,
With the cross of the Saviour dear;
In his name we will press the battle,
In his ranks we will never fear.

We are marching on, ever marching,
To the glory land ever fair;
We will sing our song as we journey,
Praise the Lord, we will soon be there.

2 Marching on, marching on to glory,
In the name of Immanuel;
Join the song, join the song of triumph,
Let the sound of the anthem swell. [Chorus]

3 Marching on, marching on to glory,
Not a moment to idly stand;
Soon the journey of strife will be over,
We will rest in the glory land. [Chorus]

Author: M. A. C.

Pseudonym. See also Hall, J. Lincoln (Joseph Lincoln), 1866-1930 Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Marching on, marching on to glory
Title: Marching On
Author: M. A. C.
Refrain First Line: We are marching on, ever marching
Publication Date: 1904
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.


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The Voice of Praise #141

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