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O come, come away! the Sabbath morn is passing

O come, come away! the Sabbath morn is passing

Tune: O COME, COME AWAY
Published in 15 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI, Recording

Full Text

1.
O come, come away! the Sabbath morn is passing;
Let's hasten to the Sabbath school; O come, come away!
The Sabbath bells are ringing clear,
Their joyous peals salute my ear,
I love their voice to hear; O come, come away!

2.
My comrades invite to join their happy number,
And gladly will I meet them there; O come, come away!
How there we meet to sing and pray,
To read God's word on his glad day,
With joy let's haste away, O come, come away!

3.
While others may seek for vain and foolish pleasures,
The Sabbath school shall be my choice; O come, come away!
How dear the plaintive strain,
From youthful voices rise amain,
With sweetest tones again! O come, come away!

4.
'Tis there I may learn the ways of heavenly wisdom,
To guide my feeble steps on high; O come, come away!
The flowery paths of peace to tread,
Where rays of heavenly bliss are shed,
My wandering steps to lead: O come, come away!

5.
I there hear the voice in heavenly accents speaking,
"Let little children come to me; O come, come away!
Forbid them not their hearts to give,
Let them on me in youth believe,
And I will them receive:" O come, come away!

6.
With joy I accept the gracious invitation;
My heart exults with rapturous hope, O come, come away!
My deathless spirit, when I die,
Shall, on the wings of angels, fly
To mansions in the sky: O come, come away!



Source: The Southern Harmony, and Musical Companion (New ed. thoroughly rev. and much enl.) #144

Text Information

First Line: O come, come away! the Sabbath morn is passing
Language: English

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 15 of 15)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Fruits and Flowers #d98
Maynard's Sabbath School Echo. 6th ed. of Maynard's Selected Sabbath School Hymns, with an Appendix #d148
New Perfect Praise for Sunday-Schools, Singing-Schools, Revivals, Conventions and General Use in Christian Work and Worship. #15
Perfect Praise #114Page Scan
Sunday School Hymn Book #d291
The American Vocalist: a selection of tunes, anthems, sentences, and hymns, old and new: designed for the church, the vestry, or the parlor; adapted to every variety of metre in common use. (Rev. ed.) #304bPage Scan
The Carol #d73
The Christian Harmony: in the Seven-Syllable Character Note System. Rev. ed. #d232
The Millennial Harp #d281
The Millennial Harp #d146
The New Sunday-School Harmonist #d59
The Southern Harmony, and Musical Companion (New ed. thoroughly rev. and much enl.) #144TextAudioPage Scan
The Southern Harmony, and Musical Companion. New edition, thoroughly revised and much enlarged #144Page Scan
The Wesleyan Minstrel: a Collection of Hymns and Tunes. 2nd ed. #116Page Scan
Young Singer's Friend: or, the Lee Avenue collection of hymns and songs, sacred and secular, suitable for Sabbath schools, social circles, children's meetings, concerts, anniversaries, etc. #11Page Scan



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