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184: THERE is a Name we love to hear

by Frederick Whitfield (1829-1904)

sung to Belmont midi score
by S. Webbe (1740-1816)
 (C.M.)

1 THERE is a Name we love to hear,
We love to sing its worth;
It sounds like music in our ear,
The sweetest Name on earth.

2 It tells us of a Saviour's love,
Who died to set us free;
It tells us of His precious blood,
The sinner's perfect plea.

3 Jesus! the Name we love so well,
The Name we love to hear!
No saint on earth its worth can tell,
No heart conceive how dear.

4 This Name shall shed its fragrance still
Along life's thorny road,
Shall sweetly smooth the rugged hill
That leads us up to God.

5 And there the whole triumphant throng,
Of blood-bought saints on high,
Shall sing the new eternal song
With Jesus ever nigh.


Alternative tunes (C.M.)

Abridge midi score
Arlington midi score
Attercliffe midi score
Azmon midi score
Barrow midi score
Beatitudo midi score
Boardman midi score
Claremont midi score
Contemplation midi score
Coventry midi score
Crediton midi score
Crimond midi score
Cross midi score
Dunfermline midi score
Eagley midi score
Evan midi score
Fountain midi score
French midi score
Friedrich midi score
Glasgow midi score
Grafenberg midi score
Home midi score
Ignatius midi score
Irish midi score
Jackson's midi score
Lloyd midi score
Los Angeles midi score
Maitland midi score
Manoah midi score
Mapleton midi score
Martyrdom midi score
Merton midi score
Miles' Lane midi score
Milton midi score
Nativity midi score
Nottingham midi score
Orlington midi score
Ortonville midi score
Paraclete midi score
Remember Me midi score
Richmond midi score
Sawley midi score
Spohr midi score
St. Agnes midi score
St. Anne midi score
St. Peter midi score
St. Stephen midi score
Stracathro midi score
Sympathy midi score
Warwick midi score
Wiltshire midi score
Winchester Old midi score