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We can tell the sweet old story

We can tell the sweet old story

Author: Eliza M. Sherman
Tune: [We can tell the sweet old story]
Published in 4 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 We can tell the sweet old story,
We can sing of Christ’s dear love,
How he came to little children,
From his shining home above.

Refrain:
We can tell, tell the story,
We can sing of his love,
How the King, King of glory,
Came from heav’n, from heav’n above.

2 Tho’ we are but little children,
We can sing and we can pray,
We can love the blessed Jesus,
Walk beside him ev’ry day. [Refrain]

3 Jesus says the fragrant lilies
“Toil not, neither do they spin,”
But they live in his dear presence,
Giving all they have to him. [Refrain]

Source: Gospel Jewels #96

Author: Eliza M. Sherman

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Text Information

First Line: We can tell the sweet old story
Author: Eliza M. Sherman
Refrain First Line: We can tell, tell the story

Timeline

Instances

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Good Will #114

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Gospel Jewels #96

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Shook's Song Evangelist #54

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