The beautiful world

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1. There's beauty in the sunshine,
There's beauty in the showers,
There's beauty in the wildwood,
There's beauty in the flowers;
The valley and the mountain,
The ocean and the plain,
In beauty robed entrance the heart,
And every sense enchain.

2. But there's a world of promise
More beautiful and pure,
Where all that's bright and lovely
Forever shall endure;
No angry storms assail it,
No blast, no sickly blight,
No chilling winds, no burning heat,
No dark and dreary night.

3. One season bland and vernal
Shall bless that hallowed ground,
And changeless and eternal
Shall beauty smile around;
From hunger, thirst, and weakness,
The ransomed souls are free,
They drink the stream and pluck the fruit
Of immortality.



Source: Carols of Hope: a compilation of select sacred songs for use in Sunday schools, praise and young people's services #83

Author: Alfred Arthur Graley

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Text Information

First Line: There's beauty in the sunshine
Title: The beautiful world
Author: Alfred Arthur Graley
Refrain First Line: Beautiful world, beautiful world
Copyright: Public Domain

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Instances

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A Companion to the Canadian Sunday School Harp #124

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Carols of Hope #83

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Chapel Treasures (Christ Chapel Sabbath-School, Lebanon, PA) #373

Children's Praise #d143

Fruits and Flowers #d154

Happy Voices #d203

Hymnal for children #d217

Hymns with Music for Children #d223

Songs of Joy #d119

The Hymns of "Happy Voices" (without music) #d207

The Junior Hymnal #d109

The School Hymn and Tune Book #d186

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