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11345. Will You Be There, And I?

1 We know there’s a bright and a glorious home,
Away in the heavens high,
Where all the redeemed shall with Jesus dwell;
Will you be there, and I?
Will you be there, and I?

2 In robes of white, over streets of gold,
Beneath a cloudless sky,
They walk in the light of their Father’s love;
Will you be there, and I?
Will you be there, and I?

3 From every kingdom of earth they come,
To join the triumphal cry
Of "Worthy the Lamb that once was slain!"
Will you be there, and I?
Will you be there, and I?

4 If we take the loving Savior now,
And follow Him faithfully,
When He gathers His children in that bright home,
Then you’ll be there, and I!
Then you’ll be there, and I!

Text Information
First Line: We know there’s a bright and a glorious home
Title: Will You Be There, And I?
Author: Margaret Chalmers Hood Wilson (1865)
Language: English
Source: Service of Praise by James H. Wilson, 1865
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [We know there’s a bright and a glorious home]
Composer: Margaret Chalmers Hood Wilson
Key: D Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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