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There's a song in my heart I am singing today

There's a song in my heart I am singing today

Author: Walter E. Edmiaston
Tune: [There’s a song in my heart I am singing today]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 There’s a song in my heart I am singing today,
To Jesus my Saviour and Friend,
For the ransom he gave,
A poor sinner to save,
And his love that shall never end.

Hallelujah to God! How my happy heart sings!
For the peace and joy I have found;
Hallelujah to God! I will praise him aloud!
I’m redeemed! I’m redeemed! I’m redeemed!

2 There’s a peace in my heart that is reigning today,
So blessed, so holy and pure;
Like a river it flows,
And its blessing bestows—
And in Christ evermore secure. [Refrain]

3 There is joy in my heart that is bearing me up
To bliss that the glorified know;
As my soul mounts on wings,
Its redemption song sings,
I’ve a foretaste of heav’n below. [Refrain]

Source: New Songs of the Gospel: for use in all religious meetings #28

Author: Walter E. Edmiaston

Born: March 3, 1887, Baxter, Arkansas. Died: February 24, 1982, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Buried: Sunnylane Cemetery, Del City, Oklahoma.  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: There's a song in my heart I am singing today
Author: Walter E. Edmiaston
Refrain First Line: Led all the way by his love
Copyright: Public Domain



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