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
Part third. Containing pieces for prayer and social meetings, revivals, and music for the old folks., pp. -362
0! HAD I WINGS LIKE A DOVE, 1. ! had I wings like a dove, I would fly A - way ftm thiaworld of care; My soul would mount to the realms on high, And seek for a ref - uge there; T. 49,- .70- t w - - - -teu, lde th w m ,d bi i d 2. 01 is it not written, "Believe, and live r" The heart by, bright hope allured, Shull find the comfort these words can give, And be by its faith as - sured; 3. There is, there is, in thy ho - ly word-Thy word which can ne'er depart-There is a prom-ise of mer - cy stored For the lowly and meek of heart; --- - -V .. . F - - - But is there no ha - yen here ,on.earth, No hope for the wound-ed breastI No fAvor'd spot where con-tent ha birth, In which I may find a rest. ---, r 5 -- ~#~3tT~4~] ; ; I I I II on Thenwhy shouldwe fearthe coldworld's frown,WUh truthtothe heart has giv'n Thelightof re - Ii - gion to guide us on In joy to the paths of heav'n. A ~ - "My yoke is ea - sy, my bur - den light, Then come un - to me for rest;" These, these are the words of prowise stored For the wounded andwearied breast "IIt I I ; ME 320 Ui 'Y.. F- - - fa - J;i Wj -f*-dF-Av - I 14 4-0 -L - - -_ .
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