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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


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..... ,,,, JOHN                                         STREET.         
    L. M.                                                       ! 
I J  ss  hy  ar-  x , end-ed fame    My drooping soul   exu"ts   to
hear; Thy   ame, thy  all - e-,o r  ingName,  Is  mu -sio  in     . s   In-era
 ea 
!   2. Sln-iies  of  old  thou didst re - e'eive  With corn-fort - a - bte
words, and kind ; Their sor - rows cheer, their want re - lieve, Heal the
di~asende 
3. And art thou not  the Say - or  still,  In eve - ry  place and age the
same ? Hast thou for - got  thy gra - cious~skill. Or  lost the vir ueo 
th    n? 
v,, .doM ENDON.                                                       L 
   M. 
|   unte  waits In ZI  on, Lod for thee;*  Thy saints a - dore thy  ho  ly
 name ; Thy crea-tures bend the o b edient knee, And hormbly,  now,  thy,
presence dtalin 
In Chanting Style.                                           AM    E N  
IA.      L.1M'.                                                Wreos ])le,,
1IA- rise, may soul, on wings sub-lime, A - bore the van -i - ties "of
timte; 
1.Let faith now pierce the veil and see  The glo - ries of  e - ter - ni
- ty.  2. 1Born by  a new, ce - lee - tial birth,  Why should I grov-dl here
on earth? 
D. C. Why grasp at vain and fleet-lug toys, So near to heaven's e - ter -
nat joys? 


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