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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)

Part third. Containing pieces for prayer and social meetings, revivals, and music for the old folks.,   pp. [316]-362


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I  LIBERTY            HALL.          C.    X.                     Aw"&".foe.=
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1. 0 conki   I  lose   my- self In thee,    Thy depth  of  mer -cy prove,
   Thy vast,  un - fath - am - a - ble sea   Of an - ex - haust - ed  love.
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2. My hum-bled   soul, whenthou  art near,  In  d-t and ash - es lies:  
    How  shall a    sin - ful worm  ap-pear,   Or  meet  thy pur - er   eyes?
3. I  loathe miy- self  when God  I  see,   And  in    to  noth-ing fall;
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Sear-!, prove my heart, it pants for thee; 0.... burst these bands, and-set
it free. 
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Slain  with the same tn - hap-py  dart,  Which 0! too oft- en wounds myheart;
Slain with the sameun -hap-py dart,  Which 0!o,  oft - en  wounds  my heart.
JL OLL                                                                  
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