Never a Day So Sunny

There is never a day so sunny

Author: Mary Colby
Published in 15 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 There’s never a day so sunny
But a little cloud appears;
There’s never a life so happy
But has had its time of tears,
There’s never a life so happy,
But has had its time of tears.

Chorus:
Ah, ah,
Life’s burdens, true, are great;
But God will us deliver,
If patiently we wait;
And the angels will be nearer
To the soul that’s desolate.

2 There’s never a cup so pleasant
But has bitter with the sweet;
There’s never a path so rugged
That has not the print of feet,
There’s never a path so rugged,
That has not the print of feet. [Chorus]

3 There’s never a dream that’s happy
But the waking makes us sad;
There’s never a dream of sorrow
But the waking makes us glad,
There’s never a dream of sorrow,
But the waking makes us glad. [Chorus]

4 There’s never a way so narrow
But the entrance is made straight;
There’s always a guide to point us
To the little wicket gate,
There’s always a guide to point us
To the little wicket gate. [Chorus]


Source: Melodies of Salvation #258

Author: Mary Colby

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Text Information

First Line: There is never a day so sunny
Title: Never a Day So Sunny
Author: Mary Colby
Language: English
Refrain First Line: In the sunshine or the shade
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 15 of 15)
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Every Sabbath #20

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Gospel Song-Gems No.1 #114

Harvest Bells No.2 #d93

Harvest Bells No. 2 #d88

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Lasting Hymns No. 2 #204

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Melodies of Salvation #258

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Minnetonka Songs #38

Praises #d89

Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs #196

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Radiant Songs #52

Singing by the Way #d39

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Singing by the Way (Rev. ed.) #28

Soul Songs #113

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The Emory Hymnal #52

The Promised Crown #d62

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