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Come Thou fount of every blessingTune my heart to sing Thy graceStreams of mercy never ceasingCall for songs of loudest praise
Teach me some melodious sonnetSung by flaming tongues abovePraise the mount I'm fixed upon itMount of Thy redeeming love
Here I raise my EbenezerHither by Thy help I comeAnd I hope by Thy good pleasureSafely to arrive at home
Jesus sought me when a strangerWandering from the fold of GodHe to rescue me from dangerInterposed His precious blood
How Your kindness yet pursues meHow Your mercy never fails me'Til the day that death shall lose meI will sing oh I will sing
Oh to grace how great a debtorDaily I'm constrained to beLet Thy goodness like a fetterBind my wandering heart to Thee
Prone to wander Lord I feel itProne to leave the God I loveHere's my heart Lord take and seal itSeal it for Thy courts above
'Til the day that death shall lose meI will sing oh I will sing
Here's my heart Lord take and seal itSeal it for Thy courts above
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