Sometime, somewhere, yes, some sweet day

Sometime, somewhere, yes, some sweet day

Author: E. T. Hildebrand
Tune: [Sometime, somewhere, yes, some sweet day]
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Representative Text

1 Sometime, somewhere, yes, some sweet day,
Where sin and sorrow have passed away,
With joy in our hearts, and songs on our tongues,
We’ll rest in our Savior some sweet day.

2 Sometime, somewhere, yes, some glad morn,
Where cloud nor mist bedim the fair dawn,
There light from the throne, the light of God’s Son,
Shall fall on our faces some sweet day.

3 Sometime, somewhere, yes, some glad day,
We’ll join the blood-washed, blissful as they,
To sing the "new song" and praise the dear name,
Of our blest Redeemer, some sweet day.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #9196

Author: E. T. Hildebrand

Born: January 18, 1866, Rockingham County, Virginia. Died: March 23, 1931. Buried: Weaver Mennonite Church Cemetery, Dayton, Virginia. Hildebrand attended the public schools and Shenandoah Seminary. His mother taught him to sing as soon as he could talk, but his first regular teacher was D. M. Click. He later studied with James Ruebush, Benjamin Unseld, P. J. Merges, George and Frederick Root, C. B. Shaw, F. H. Tubbs and others. He began teaching singing schools during the summer months while pursuing his college course. He was elected principal of the Dayton Music School in 1894, resigning in 1899 to become Director of Music at Bridgewater College, Virginia. He owned the Hildebrand-Burnette music publishing company in Waynesboro, Virg… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Sometime, somewhere, yes, some sweet day
Author: E. T. Hildebrand
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #9196
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  • Noteworthy Composer Score (NWC)

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