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1 There’s a song in my soul that keeps ringing
Its melody all the day long,
And ever my spirit keeps singing
This beautiful, beautiful song.
O Saviour, Thou art the theme,
And daily Thy love I’ll extol,
Thou didst suffer my life to redeem,
And Thou art the song of my soul.
2 Oh this wonderful song how it thrills me,
With rapt’rous and holy delight;
Its sweetness possesses, and fills me,
With gladness, from morning till night. [Refrain]
3 And whatever my earthly condition,
To others this song I will give,
And oh, it shall be my sweet mission,
To sing it as long as I live. [Refrain]
4 When this life’s weary journey is ended,
And I, with the glorified throng,
To yonder bright courts have ascended,
My soul shall keep singing this song. [Refrain]Source: Christian Endeavor Hymns #52