Never, my heart, wilt thou grow oldAuthor: Louisa Jane Hall
Published in 4 hymnals
Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy ComposerAudio files: MIDI
1 Never, my heart, wilt thou grow old!
My hair is white, my blood runs cold,
And one by one my powers depart,
But youth sits smiling in my heart.
2 Down hill the path of age! oh, no;
Up, up with patient steps I go;
I watch the skies fast brightening there,
I breathe a sweeter, purer air.
3 Beside my road small tasks spring up,
Though but to hand the cooling cup,
Speak the true word of hearty cheer,
Tell the lone soul that God is near.
4 Beat on, my heart, and grow not old!
But when thy pulses all are told,
Let me, though working, loving still,
Kneel as I meet my Father’s will.
Source: The Cyber Hymnal #11729
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