Zion's hill

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1 There waits for me a glad tomorrow,
Where gates of pearl swing open wide,
And when I've passed this vale of sorrow,
I'll dwell upon the other side.

Refrain:
Some day beyond the reach of mortal ken,
Some day, God only knows just where and when,
The wheels of mortal life shall all stand still,
And I shall go to dwell on Zion's hill.

2 Some day I'll hear the angels singing,
Beyond the shadows of the tomb;
And all the bells of heaven ringing,
While saints are singing, “Home, sweet home.” [Refrain]

3 Some day my labors will be ended,
And all my wand'rings will be o'er;
And all earth's broken ties be mended,
And I shall sigh and weep no more. [Refrain]

4 Some day the dark clouds will be rifted,
And all the night of gloom be past,
And all life's burdens will be lifted,
The day of rest shall dawn at last. [Refrain]

Source: Great Gospel Songs #123

Author: James A. Crutchfield

20th Century Crutchfield’s works inc­lude: Miscellaneous Poe­ms (Chi­ca­go, Il­li­nois: James Crutch­field, 1906) --www.hymntime.com/tch/  Go to person page >

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First Line: There waits for me a glad tomorrow
Title: Zion's hill
Author: James A. Crutchfield
Refrain First Line: Some day, beyond the reach of mortal ken
Copyright: Copyright 1923. Renewed 1951 by Lillenas Publishing Co.

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