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Well marked in the bass.
H. Ernest Nichol, (1862
Hark to the tramp of
Treading the bus
Sing - ing
y the power and love.
a glad re frain; ye serve the King;
List what they say as they haste away To the sound of a martial strain :-
Singing the songs of home - land, Loud - ly the chorus rings; We
march to the fight in our ar-mor bright, At the call of the King of kings."
By courtesy of Mr. H. Ernest Nichol, Hull, England, through Brooklyn S, S. Union.
fears and time of tears-Through the endless chime of years-Through the night into light trod, be-liev-ing God, Waves were parted with a rod: Manna bright, full and white, see for you and me Paths shall open safe and free. Never fear, God is near, fears and time of tears-Through the endless chime of years-Through the night into light
ranks of Christ, our King; Through the Israel of old; Where they calls to du ty come; He will ranks of Christ, our King; Through the
Where the skies are ever bright-Wave your ban-ners, lift ho san-nas, Fell around them in the night: Prayers as - cen ded, rocks were rend- edFaith-ful souls to Him are dear. Christ will meet you; He will greet you,Where the skies are er bright-Wave your ban- ners, lift ho
san - nas,
Arr. by Emmelar.