A Land Without a Storm

Traveler, whither art thou going

Author: Kate Cameron
Tune: [Traveler, whither art thou going] (Solomon)
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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 storm;
And I'm going, yes, I'm going
To that land that has no storm.

2 Trav'ler, art thou here a stranger,
Not to fear the tempest's power?
I have not a thought of danger,
Tho' the sky may darkly lower. [Chorus]

3 Trav'ler, now a moment linger,
Soon the darkness will be o'er.
No! I see a beckoning finger,
Guiding to a far-off shore. [Chorus]

4 Trav'ler, yonder narrow portal
Opens to receive thy form.
Yes, but I shall be immortal
In that land without a storm. [Chorus]

Source: International Song Service: with Bright Gems from fifty authors, for Sunday-schools, gospel meetings, missionary and young people's societies, prayer-meetings, etc. #147

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
Language: English
Refrain First Line: And I'm going, yes, I'm going
Copyright: Public Domain



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