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90. Ever Flowing

1 There's a fountain, precious fountain,
Ever flowing deep and wide,
Opened once on Calvary's mountain,
In my dear Redeemer's side.
All who come in faith believing,
All who plunge beneath its wave,
Endless life are now receiving,
From the Lord who died to save.

Chorus:
Ever flowing, sweetly flowing;
Precious fountain, ever flowing full and free.
Ever flowing, sweetly flowing;
Precious fountain, ever flowing,
Yes, for me.

2 Precious fountain, mercy brought me,
Helpless, to its crimson stream;
On a desert wild she sought me,
Cheered me with her loving beam.
Precious fountain, I can never
Tell the peace its waves impart,
How it saves me, now and ever,
Fills with constant joy my heart. [Chorus]

3 In that fountain ye who languish,
'Neath the heavy chain you bear,
Plunge, and lose your weight of anguish;
Rise eternal life to share.
With a lowly contrite spirit,
Tell the Savior all your woe,
Plead in faith his gracious merit
He will wash you white as snow. [Chorus]

Text Information
First Line: There's a fountain, precious fountain
Title: Ever Flowing
Author: J. R. S.
Refrain First Line: Ever flowing, sweetly flowing
Language: English
Publication Date: 1879
Copyright: Copyrighted 1879, by Jno. R. Sweney
Tune Information
Name: [There's a fountain, precious fountain]
Composer: Jno. R. Sweney
Key: D Major



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