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Who, who will go to bind the broken heart

Who, who will go to bind the broken heart

Tune: [Who, who will go to bind the broken heart]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Who, who will go to bind the broken heart?
Burden’d with grief and heavy in its woe.
Longing to find in life some better part;
Who, who will go to bind the broken heart?
Lord, here am I; send me, send me!
To bind the broken heart,
To find the better part;
Lord, here am I; send me, send me!

2 Who, who will go to wipe away the tear
From eyes long used to sorrow’s briny flow?
To comfort those who stand beside hope’s bier;
Who, who will go to wipe away the tear?
Lord, here am I; send me, send me!
To wipe away the tear,
To stand beside hope's bier,
Lord, here am I; send me, send me!

3 Who, who will go to seek the lambs astray?
To lift the fallen where he lies so low,
Into the sunlight of the heavenly way;
Who, who will go to seek the lambs astray?
Lord, here am I; send me, send me!
To seek the lambs astray?
To point the heavenly way,
Lord, here am I; send me, send me!

Source: Christian Endeavor Hymns #116

Text Information

First Line: Who, who will go to bind the broken heart
Refrain First Line: Lord, here am I, send me, send me

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Christian Endeavor Hymns #116

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