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A land without a storm

Traveler, whither art thou going

Author: Kate Cameron
Tune: [Traveler, whither art thou going] (Solomon)
Published in 26 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Trav’ler, whither art thou going
Heedless of the clouds that form?
Nought to me the wind’s rough blowing,
Mine's a land without a storm;
And I'm going, yes, I'm going
To that land that has no storms,
I am going, yes I'm going
To the land that has no storms.

Refrain:
We are going, yes, we’re going,
Soon the glorious day will dawn;
We are going, yes, we’re going
To the land without a storm.

2 Trav’ler, art thou here a stranger,
Not to fear the tempests pow’r?
I have not a tho’t of danger,
Tho’ the sky more darkly lower,
For I'm going, yes, I'm going
To that land that has no storms,
For I'm going, yes I'm going
To the land that has no storms. [Refrain]

3 Trav’ler, now a moment linger,
Soon the darkness will be o'er.
No! I see a beck’ning finger,
Guiding to a far off shore;
And I'm going, yes, I'm going
To that land that has no storms,
I am going, yes I'm going
To the land that has no storms. [Refrain]

4 Trav’ler, yonder narrow portal
Opens to receive thy form:
Yes! and I shall be immortal
In that Land without a storm;
And I'm going, yes, I'm going
To that land that has no storms,
I am going, yes I'm going
To the land that has no storms. [Refrain]

Source: The Helper in Sacred Song: for Sunday-schools, churches, and devotional services #54

Author: Kate Cameron

Mrs. K. W. B. Barnes, was born in Deerfield, Mass in 1836. She was christened Maria Burbank Williams but was called by the name Kitty. She also used the pen name "Kate Cameron" In 1856 she married Dr. Norman S. Barnes. She was a writer of many stories, poems, and hymns. From Waifs and their authors by A. A. Hopkins, 1879  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Traveler, whither art thou going
Title: A land without a storm
Author: Kate Cameron
Refrain First Line: And I'm going, yes, I'm going
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 26 of 26)
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A Companion to the Canadian Sunday School Harp #167

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Book of Praise for the Sunday School #195[329]

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Bradbury's Golden Shower of S.S. Melodies #20

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Christian Songs #137

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Corn In Egypt #180

Hallowed Songs #d357

Heavenly Recruit Praise Hymns #d83

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Hymns and Songs for Children's Worship, Together with Selections for Anniversary and Festive Occasions #56

Hymns of Progress #d203

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International Song Service #147

Musical Leaves for Sabbath Schools #d124

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On Wings of Song #184

Our Treasury of Song, for Use in the Emmanuel Baptist Church #d286

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Praise Hymns and Full Salvation Songs #59

Songs for Young and Old #d165

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Songs of Devotion for Christian Assocations #636

Songs of Praise #d125

Spiritual Songs and Hymns for Pilgrims. New Church ed. #d199

The Canadian Sunday School Harp #d170

The Clariona #d223

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The Eclectic Sabbath School Hymn Book #121

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The Helper in Sacred Song #54

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The Jewel #74

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The New Golden Shower #20

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The Plymouth Sabbath School Collection of Hymns and Tunes #113

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The Revivalist #131

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