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Up yonder

Safe upon the heavenly shore

Author: M. Fraser
Tune: [Safe upon the heavenly shore]
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Safe upon the heav’nly shore,
Done with pain forevermore,
Weariness and weakness o’er,
Up yonder;
O the calm and quiet rest
On the loving Saviour’s breast;
It is better than earth’s best,
Up yonder.

2 Storms shall never reach us there,
No more sorrow, pain or care,
No more cross for us to bear,
Up yonder;
Gain for them that suffered loss,
Crowns for them that bore the cross,
And a calm for hearts that toss,
Up yonder.

3 Safe upon the heav’nly shore,
Done with sin forevermore,
Weariness and weakness o’er,
Up yonder;
Never more to know a fear,
Never more to shed a tear,
Batter far than ever here,
Up yonder.

Source: Gospel Hymns No. 6 #69

Author: M. Fraser

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First Line: Safe upon the heavenly shore
Title: Up yonder
Author: M. Fraser

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