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1 There, ever there, in that beautiful land,
Close by the throne of the Savior they stand;
Loved ones who left us to cross the dark flood,
Now safe at home in that blissful abode.
All, all are there, we shall meet them again;
All, all are there,
We shall meet them and greet them again.
2 Friends and companions were taken away,
Kind hands have laid them beneath the cold clay;
But we shall meet them on fair Eden’s plain,
Yes, we shall met them and greet them again. [Refrain]
3 They who so faithfully taught us to pray,
Passed from our homes and our firesides away;
Dying, they told us to meet them again,
Yonder where cometh no sickness and pain. [Refrain]Source: The Cyber Hymnal #9917