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Somewhere today is a heart

Full Text

1 Somewhere today is a heart that is true,
Lovingly, longingly thinking of you;
Some one you know who can never forget,
Whose heart of affection remembers you yet.

Refrain:
Some one is praying!
Some one is praying!
Somewhere today,
Some one’s praying for you!
Somewhere today,
Somewhere today,
Is some one who is praying,
Who is praying for you.

2 Backward now look, and in memory’s light,
What is the picture before you tonight?
Whose loving eyes turn to look in your own,
And whose is the love light that for you once shone. [Refrain]

3 Hark to the voice that entreatingly calls;
Still thro’ the silence it tenderly falls;
Pleading with you to remember to do
The word early spoken, the counsel so true. [Refrain]

4 Some one now speaks thro’ the lips that you love;
Some one is bending to watch from above;
Voices so sweet for you pray and entreat;
Come now to the Savior, bow low at his feet. [Refrain]

Source: His Worthy Praise #35

Author: Julia H. Johnston

Julia Harriet Johnston, who was born on Jan. 21, 1849, at Salineville, OH, in Columbiana County. Her father was a minister and he mother was a poet. She began writing when she was nine years old but really started writing verse in high school. She lived in Peoria, Ill. Dianne Shapiro, from "The Singers and Their Songs: sketches of living gospel hymn writers" by Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (Chicago: The Rodeheaver Company, 1916) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Somewhere today is a heart
Author: Julia H. Johnston
Refrain First Line: Someone is praying for you



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