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Woodbury, I. B. (Issac Baker), 1819-1858 (ed.) / The new lute of Zion: a collection of sacred music, designed for the use of congregations generally, but more especially the Methodist Episcopal Church
(c1856)

The new lute of Zion,   pp. [23]-238


Page 24

BURTON.                                                                 
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i      r   oL   he   abateauspa,            n   thsty house, on this thy
day; And own, as grate-ful sa - cri - flee, The songs which from thy servants
rise. 
Whie, eartly    Sabbaths, Lord, we love, Bnt there's a  no - bier rest a
- bore ; To  that our Ia-b'riug souls as - pire, With as-dent hope, and strong
de - sire 
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No more fa- tigue, no more dis - tress, Nor sin nor hell shall reach the
place ; No sighs shall mingle with the songs, Which war-ble from im - mor-
ta] tongues. 
Tender,.                                                  CO0L U MB IA. 
           L.M.                                                 lrom, Cyl,,r.
1 . Sweet peace of co-seieuse, heavenly guest I Come fix thy man -sion in
 my breast; Dis -pel my doubts, my fearsecon -trol; And heal the an - guish
of my soul 
2.Coesmlin  bps indjy    m-c ere;: Come, make your con-stant dwelling  here
; Still let your pre-senee cheer my herNor sin   com-pel   you to  de - part.
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