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This Is My Song

Though bitter the blast of the storm may be

Author: Maud Fraser
Tune: [Though bitter the blast of the storm may be]
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 Tho' bitter the blast of the storm may be,
It bringeth a blessing I know, for me.

Chorus:
So this is my song, all the day long,
What my Father may send me, can never be wrong;
This is my song, all the day long;
What my Father may send me, can never be wrong.

2 Tho' wildly the breakers around me roar,
They're driving me nearer the peaceful shore. [Chorus]

3 Tho' tempests may sweep from the East or Wast,
He chooses the way that for me is best. [Chorus]

Source: The Gospel Choir No. 2 #75

Author: Maud Fraser

Maud Frazer Jackson USA 1873-1950. It is surmised she lived in PA and/or NJ. She was a religious author, poet, and music compiler, who published her collections of music, including 400 hymns called “Hymns about forgiveness!”, “Wayside Song” (1922), and “Starlight & lamplight” (1928). Her poems were sometimes furnished to newspapers around the country and printed. John Perry  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Though bitter the blast of the storm may be
Title: This Is My Song
Author: Maud Fraser
Language: English
Refrain First Line: So this is my song, all the day long
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Gospel Choir No. 2 #75

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