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Wake the Song

Author: William F. Sherwin Appears in 15 hymnals Matching Instances: 6 First Line: Wake the song of joy and gladness Refrain First Line: Wake the song, wake the song Lyrics: 1. Wake the song of joy and gladness; Hither bring your noblest lays; Banish every thought of sadness, Pouring forth your highest praise. Sing to Him whose care has brought us Once again with friends to meet, And whose loving voice has taught us, Of the way to Jesus’ feet. Refrain Wake the song, wake the song, The song of joy and gladness, Wake the song, wake the song, The song of Jubilee. 2. Joyfully with songs and banners, We will greet the festal day; Shout aloud our glad hosannas, And our grateful homage pay. We will chant our Savior’s glory While our thoughts we raise above, Telling still the old old story, Precious theme—redeeming love! [Refrain] 3. Thanks to Thee, O holy Father, For the mercies of the year; May each heart, as here we gather, Swell with gratitude sincere. Thanks to Thee, O loving Savior, For redemption through Thy blood. Breathe upon us, Holy Spirit, Sweetly draw us near to God. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [Wake the song of joy and gladness] Text Sources: Pure Gold for the Sunday School, by Robert Lowry & W. Howard Doane (New York: Biglow & Main Company, 1871)

Con acentos de alegría

Author: Mercedes Pereda de Bernal (1910- ); William F. Sherwin (1826-1888) Appears in 2 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Refrain First Line: Con fervor, con fervor Topics: Jesucristo Alabanza a Cristo; Jesus Christ Praise to Christ Scripture: Revelation 19:16 Used With Tune: ANNIVERSARY SONG
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Helle Lichter, helle Lichter!

Appears in 7 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Used With Tune: [Helle Lichter, helle Lichter!]

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