1 Who cares for a soul? say, Christian, do you?
Or will you, with empty hand,
Meet the Master and say there is nothing to do,
When He your accounts shall demand.
Who cares? Who cares?
Who cares for a soul today?
Then haste to the wand’rers and make no delay,
And beg them to come to the fold.
2 Who’ll speak to that soul that hastens apace
To death and eternal woe?
Who will tell it of Jesus in accents of love,
And point out the way it should be. [Refrain]
3 Who of us that cares when called to account,
To hear from the King, “Well done,”
And to see mid the shining ones gathered around,
Some souls that our labors have won. [Refrain]Source: The Great Awakening: a choice collection of new and standard gospel songs #26