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Youthful hearts, with music ringing

Youthful hearts, with music ringing

Author: B. C. Mason
Tune: [Youthful hearts, with music ringing]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Youthful hearts, with music ringing,
Come today;
Grateful souls, their tribute bringing,
Humbly pray.

Refrain:
Forgive us, dear Father,
O her our earnest prayer;
Forgive us, forgive us,
And take us in Thy care.

2 Youthful hearts, with pleasure glowing,
Come today;
Grateful souls, their love bestowing,
Humbly pray. [Refrain]

3 Youthful hearts our Father’s blessing
Ask today;
Grateful souls, their need expressing,
Humbly pray. [Refrain]

4 Meet us in our Sabbath dwelling,
Lord, today;
Heart and soul, Thy mercy telling,
Humbly pray. [Refrain]

Source: The Bright Array #97

Author: B. C. Mason

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Text Information

First Line: Youthful hearts, with music ringing
Author: B. C. Mason
Refrain First Line: Forgive us, dear Father
Copyright: Public Domain

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