1 There’s a song in my heart, ‘tis a song of joy,
And I learned it long ago,
At the cross of my Lord where He died for me,
And the streams of His mercy flow.
O that happy, happy song as I speed my bark along;
How refreshing to my soul when the stormy waters roll;
O that happy, happy song will be dearer far to me,
When I anchor in the morning blessed morning.
2 There’s a song in my heart, ‘tis a song of trust,
And my theme from morn till ever,
For it tells of the peace my Redeemer gives
Unto those that His grace receive. [Refrain]
3 There’s a song in my heart, ‘tis a song of love
That the angels cannot sing,
For they know not the bliss of a new-born soul,
Tho’ their harps with its gladness ring. [Refrain]
4 There’s a song in my heart, ‘tis a song of praise;
I will sing it o’er and o’er,
Thro’ the isles of the blest will its tones resound,
When on earth they are heard no more. [Refrain]
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