1 Why do you linger, why do you stay
In the broad road, that most dangerous way?
While right before you, narrow and strait,
Is the bright pathway to Heav’n’s pearly gate?
Narrow and strait, narrow and strait,
Is the bright pathway to Heav’n’s pearly gate.
2 Do you find pleasures, lasting and pure,
In the gay scenes that the thoughtless allure?
While your Redeemer, with love so great,
Points to the way that is narrow and strait? [Refrain]
3 Come, then, belovèd, no longer stay;
Leave the broad highway, O leave it today;
Make your decision, O, do not wait;
Take thou the pathway so narrow and strait. [Refrain]
Source: The Cyber Hymnal #10828
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|The Cyber Hymnal #10828||Narrow And Strait||Why do you linger, why do you stay||[Why do you linger, why do you stay]||George F. Root||<cite>Gospel Hymns No. 6</cite> by Ira D. Sankey, James McGranahan and George C. Stebbins (New York/Chicago: Biglow & Main/John Church, 1891)|