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Soldiers, are we in the army

Soldiers, are we in the army

Author: Bert B. Bosworth
Tune: [Soldiers are we in the army]
Published in 2 hymnals

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Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1. Soldiers are we in the army,
Fighting for Christ here below;
We’ll push ahead with a conquering tread,
And Over the Top will go.

Over the Top with Jesus,
Over the Top we’ll go;
Jesus, our mighty captain,
Leads us against the foe;
Over the Top with Jesus,
Over the Top we’ll go;
Vict’ry is sure if with Jesus
Over the Top we go.

2. Jesus, our mighty commander,
Leads on to vict’ry, I know;
Exploits we’ll do if to Jesus we’re true,
And Over the Top will go. [Refrain]

3. Where’er He leads we will follow,
Follow with hearts all aglow;
With love divine, break the enemy’s line,
As Over the Top we go. [Refrain]

4. Enlist today for King Jesus,
Courage and loyalty show;
Take up your cross, counting all else but dross,
And Over the Top we’ll go. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #5490

Author: Bert B. Bosworth

Bosworth, Burton B. (University Place, Nebraska, May 24, 1887--February 17, 1958, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida). He did not attend college, but took special courses in harmony. He was married in Zion City, Illinois, on August 4, 1907, to Margaret Robinson. He worked for some years in the U.S. Postal Service, leaving it in 1915 to enter evangelistic work with his brother, Fred F. Bosworth. In later years, he was affiliated with the Christian and Missionary Alliance as an evangelist, song-leader, and trombonist. --Information from his daughter, Lenore Dunlop, DNAH Archives  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Soldiers, are we in the army
Author: Bert B. Bosworth
Refrain First Line: Over the top with Jesus


The Cyber Hymnal #5490
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