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And am I born to die?

Author: Chas. Wesley Hymnal: Sacred Tunes and Hymns #77 (1913) Hymnal Title: Sacred Tunes and Hymns Languages: English Tune Title: IDUMEA

When Sorrows Encompass Me

Author: Anonymous Hymnal: Telling Jesus #103 (1922) Hymnal Title: Telling Jesus First Line: When sorrows encompass me round Languages: English Tune Title: [When sorrows encompass me round]
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Lord, what a feeble piece

Author: I. Watts Hymnal: The Brethren Hymnal #549 (1901) Hymnal Title: The Brethren Hymnal Languages: English Tune Title: IDUMEA
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Is this the kind return

Hymnal: The New Harmonia Sacra #131b (1915) Hymnal Title: The New Harmonia Sacra Languages: English Tune Title: IDUMEA
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Come, ye that love the Lord

Author: Isaac Watts Hymnal: The New Harp of Columbia #44 (1916) Meter: 6.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: The New Harp of Columbia Languages: English Tune Title: IDUMEA

Idumea

Hymnal: The Sacred Harp #47b (2012) Hymnal Title: The Sacred Harp First Line: And am I born to die? Tune Title: IDUMEA
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And am I born to die?

Author: Charles Wesley Hymnal: The Sacred Harp #47b (1991) Meter: 6.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: The Sacred Harp Lyrics: 1 And am I born to die? To lay this body down! And must my trembling spirit fly Into a world unknown? 2 A land of deepest shade, Unpierced by human thought; The dreary regions of the dead, Where all things are forgot! 3 Soon as from earth I go, What will become of me? Eternal happiness or woe Must then my portion be! 4 Waked by the trumpet sound, I from my grave shall rise; And see the Judge with glory crowned, And see the flaming skies! Languages: English Tune Title: IDUMEA

IDUMEA

Hymnal: The Social Harp #55b (1973) Hymnal Title: The Social Harp First Line: And am I born to die? Tune Title: IDUMEA
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And am I born to die?

Hymnal: The Southern Harmony, and Musical Companion (New ed. thoroughly rev. and much enl.) #31 (1854) Meter: 6.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: The Southern Harmony, and Musical Companion (New ed. thoroughly rev. and much enl.) Lyrics: 1. And am I born to die? To lay this body down? And must my trembling spirit fly Into a world unknown, Languages: English Tune Title: IDUMEA
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And am I born to die?

Author: Charles Wesley Hymnal: Union Harp and History of Songs #143 (1898) Hymnal Title: Union Harp and History of Songs Languages: English Tune Title: IDUMEA

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