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Thro' the darkness be Thou with me; Keep me safe till morning light.
Thou hast cloth'd me, warm'd and fed me; Lis-ten to my evening pray'r!
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1. A-gain the morn of glad-ness, The morn of light, is here; And earth itself looks 2. A-gain, O lov-ing Saviour, The children of Thy grace Pre-pare them-selves to 3. Tell out,sweet bells, His praises! Sing,children,sing His name! Still loud-er and still

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