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2327. He's a Friend of Mine

1. Why should I charge my soul with care?
The wealth of every mine
Belongs to Christ, God’s Son and Heir,
And He’s a Friend of mine.

Refrain
Yes, He’s a Friend of mine,
And He with me doth all things share;
Since all is Christ’s, and Christ is mine,
Why should I have a care?
For Jesus is a Friend of mine.

2. The silver moon, the golden sun,
The countless stars that shine,
Are His alone, yes, every one,
And He’s a Friend of mine. [Refrain]

3. He daily spreads a glorious feast,
And at His table dine
The whole creation, man and beast,
And He’s a Friend of mine. [Refrain]

4. And when he comes in bright array,
And leads the conqu’ring line,
It will be glory then to say,
That He’s a Friend of mine. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Why should I charge my soul with care?
Title: He's a Friend of Mine
Author: John Henry Sammis (1910)
Refrain First Line: Yes, He's a Friend of mine
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [Why should I charge my soul with care?]
Composer: Daniel Brink Towner
Incipit: 55635 56432 34535
Key: C Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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