Songs in the Night

There's a song in my heart that the world cannot sing

Author: George R. Graves
Tune: [There's a song in my heart that the world cannot sing]
Published in 2 hymnals

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Author: George R. Graves

George R Graves USA. George became a missionary for the American Sunday School Union in northern WI during the depression days of the 1930s. He was instrumentl in starting the Riverside Bible Camp (later Conference) near Amherst, WI, in 1933. The interdenominational Christian camp has since expanded and grown to over 4000 children and young adult attendees annually. He wrote verses for the song noted below after reading Job 35:10 and meditating on the phrase 'songs in the night'. A short time later he used the poem at a funeral preached for one of his Sunday School superintendents. People wanted copies of the poem, so he had some printed, and later Wendell P Loveless saw the poem and composed music for it. John Perry  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: There's a song in my heart that the world cannot sing
Title: Songs in the Night
Author: George R. Graves
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Songs in the night
Publication Date: 1934
Notes: Dedicated to George L. Edstrom
Copyright: © 1934 by Wendell P. Loveless

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Audio

Radio Songs and Choruses of the Gospel No. 1 #18

Radio Songs and Choruses #26

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