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What though my joys and comfort die?
The Lord my savior liveth.
What though the darkness gather round?
Songs in the night he giveth.

(My Life Flows On In Endless Song)

To those you meet along the way

To those you meet along the way

Author: William Edie Marks
Tune: [To those you meet along the way]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 To those you meet along the way,
Be k-i-n-d, kind;
In all you do, in all you say,
Be k-i-n-d, kind.

Refrain:
Be k-i-n-d, kind,—
To those each day you find,
And all the time this precept mind,
Be k-i-n-d, kind.

2 To bird and beast, in all you do,
Be gentle! always mind;
That they be faithful friend to you
Be k-i-n-d, kind. [Refrain]

3 Do this, and as you go along,
God’s blessing you will find,
And others, too, will sing your song—
Be k-i-n-d, kind. [Refrain]

Source: The King of Glory #194

Author: William Edie Marks

Born: July 1872, Delaware (probably Wilmington) Died: November 20, 1954, Wilmington, Delaware. Buried: Lombardy Cemetery, Wilmington, Delaware. Marks was ap­par­ent­ly liv­ing in Wilm­ing­ton, Del­a­ware, in 1913. His works in­clude: Cream of Song, with Le­an­der Pick­ett & O. B. Cul­pep­per & (Lou­is­ville, Ken­tucky: Pick­ett Pub­lish­ing Com­pa­ny, 1906) Tears and Tri­umphs No. 4, with Le­an­der Pick­ett & Ben­ja­min Butts (Lou­is­ville, Ken­tucky: Pen­te­cost­al Pub­lish­ing Company, 1910) Noted Hymns, 1927 (ed­it­or) Lyrics-- Christmas Joy Tasting the Joys Trying to Be More like Je­sus We Shall Hear Him Say, "Well Done" Music-- Best Thing I Ev… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: To those you meet along the way
Author: William Edie Marks
Refrain First Line: Be kind, kind

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The King of Glory #194

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