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I'll Be Satisfied

When my soul is singing in that promised land above

Author: Joe H. Pannell
Tune: [When my soul is singing in that promised land above]
Published in 46 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 When my soul is singing in that promised land above,
I’ll be satisfied;
Praising Christ the Savior for redeeming grace and love,
I'll be satisfied.

Refrain:
I’ll be satisfied,
I’ll be satisfied;
When my soul is resting in the presence of the Lord,
I’ll be satisfied.

2 Living in a city where the soul shall never die,
I’ll be satisfied;
There to meet with loved ones, never more to say good-by,
I’ll be satisfied. [Refrain]

3 When I meet the ransomed over on the golden shore,
I’ll be satisfied;
There I’ll join the angels singing praises evermore,
I’ll be satisfied. [Refrain]

Source: African Methodist Episcopal Church Hymnal #449

Author: Joe H. Pannell

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Text Information

First Line: When my soul is singing in that promised land above
Title: I'll Be Satisfied
Author: Joe H. Pannell
Language: English
Refrain First Line: I'll be satisfied
Copyright: Public Domain

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African Methodist Episcopal Church Hymnal #449

Sacred Selections for the Church #386

Include 44 pre-1979 instances
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