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Who took my burdens all away

Author: L. C. Hall
Tune: [Who took my burdens all away]
Published in 6 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Who took my burdens all away?
Jesus, Jesus.
Who turned my darkness into day?
Jesus, Jesus.

Jesus, Jesus!
Only Jesus!
Jesus, Jesus!
Only Jesus!

2 Who bore my grief upon the tree?
Jesus, Jesus.
When sorrows come who cares for me?
Jesus, Jesus. [Chorus]

3 Who bears my sickness and my sin?
Jesus, Jesus.
Who gives me peace and joy within?
Jesus, Jesus. [Chorus]

4 Who pleads for me with tender love?
Jesus, Jesus.
Who’ll take me to His home above?
Jesus, Jesus. [Chorus]

5 Who’s coming back to welcome me?
Jesus, Jesus.
Then in whose likeness shall I be?
Jesus, Jesus. [Chorus]

Source: Melodies of Praise #101

Author: L. C. Hall

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Text Information

First Line: Who took my burdens all away
Title: Jesus!
Author: L. C. Hall
Refrain First Line: Jesus, Jesus, only Jesus



Instances (1 - 6 of 6)

Apostolic Songs #d118

Banner of Love Songs #d189

Carols of Truth #d211

TextAudioPage Scan

Melodies of Praise #101

Songs of Power. Rev. #d241

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