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ROME (17631)

ROME (17631)

Published in 1 hymnal

Tune Information

Incipit: 17631 17631
Key: b minor
Source: Traditional Southern folk-hymn


Wandering pilgrims, mourning Christians

Wandering Pilgrims, mourning Christians,
Weak and tempted lambs of Christ,
Who endure great tribulation,
And with sins are much distresswd
Christ has sent me to invite you,
To a rich and costly feast;
Let not shame nor pride prevent you,
Come, the sweet provision taste.

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Folk Hymns of America #17

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