Old-Line Primitive Baptist Hymn and Tune Book

Hymn #657: Oh, Sing To Me Of Heav'N

Hymn #656 Hymn #658

Death, Resurrection, and Eternity

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657 (S.M.) Francis Bentley

Oh, sing to me of heav'n.

When I am called to die;

Sing songs of holy ecstasy

To waft my soul on high.


There'll be no sorrow there;

There'll be no sorrow there;

In heav'n above, where all is love,

There'll be no sorrow there.

When cold and sluggish drops

Roll off my dying brow,

Break forth in songs of joyfulness,

Let heav'n begin below.

When the last moments come,

Oh, smooth my dying face,

To catch the bright, seraphic gleam

Which o'er my features plays.

Then to my raptured ear

Let one sweet song be giv'n;

Let music charm me last on earth,

And greet me first in heav'n.

Hymn #656 Hymn #658