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1 Shall we meet one another again,
Where the sorrows of life shall be o’er?
With immortals forever to reign,
Shall we meet on the glory shore?
We shall meet beyond the river,
When this mortal life is over;
In the glory land forever,
We shall meet one another there.
2 Many loved ones have gone from our sight,
To the home of the pure and the blest;
Shall we meet them again with delight,
In the land of eternal rest? [Refrain]
3 When at last, at the close of the day,
At the brink of the river we stand,
When we pass from the margin away,
Shall we meet in the glory land? [Refrain]Source: The Glad Refrain for the Sunday School: a new collection of songs for worship #90