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We are marching 'neath the banner of our King

We are marching 'neath the banner of our King

Author: L. H. Parthemore
Tune: [We are marching ‘neath the banner of our King]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 We are marching ‘neath the banner of our King,
Marching on, marching on,
And His praises now forever we will sing,
Marching on, marching on.

Refrain:
We are marching onward to our home on high,
Home of many mansions far beyond the sky,
Where the tears are wiped forever fromeach eye,
Marching on, marching on.

2 We will tell the story of the Saviour’s love,
Marching on, marching on,
How He left His glorious throne in heav’n above,
Marching on, marching on. [Refrain]

3 Oh it was the Saviour died upon the tree,
Marching on, marching on,
Yes He gave His life to save both you and me,
Marching on, marching on. [Refrain]

4 There we’ll sing of His redeeming love so free,
Marching on, marching on,
Through the ceaseless ages of eternity,
Marching on, marching on. [Refrain]

Source: Crowning Day No. 2 #153

Author: L. H. Parthemore

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First Line: We are marching 'neath the banner of our King
Author: L. H. Parthemore



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