Rodeheaver, Homer A. (Homer Alvan), 1880-1955; Ackley, B. D. (Bentley DeForrest), 1872-1958; Gabriel, Chas. H. (Charles Hutchinson), 1856-1932 (ed.) / Great revival hymns. No. 2 : for the church, Sunday school and evangelistic services
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Denmu'st. Scotch Air. . W U am far frae my hame, an' I'm wear-y aft - en-whiles, For the I'll ne'er be fu' con-tent, un - tit mine een do see The these sights an' these soun's will as naething be to me, When I 1 L N ne-brimgin', an' myFaither's welcome smiles gates o' heav-en [Omit ................] an' myamn countrie. e an-gels sing-in'[Omit ............] in my am countrie. I J -M Ij o - VL r4 V ~ j~.,D. C. earth is fleck'd wi flow-ers, mon - y - tint -ed, fresh an' gay; bird - ies war - ble blithe-ly, for my Fai-thermadethemae: His gude word o' promise that some gladsome day, the King His royal palace His bahed hame will bring; een an' w hert rnn 0wr, we shall see g"In His beauty, in oor ain countrie, sis ae been mony, an' my sorrows hae been sair; there they'll never vex me, nor be remembered mair: His bluid has made me white, an' His han' shall dry my e'e, n He brings me hame at last, to my ain countrie. is faithfu', that hath promised, an' He'll surely come again, 11 keep His tryst wi' me, at what oor I dinna ken; He bids me still to wait, an' ready aye to be, gang at ony moment to my ain countrie. i'm watching aye, and singin' o' my hame, as I wait, the soun'in' o' His fitfa' this side the gowden gate: gie His grace to ilka ane wha' listens noo to me, t we a' may gang in gladness to oor ain countrie.
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