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The ships glide in at the harbour's mout




The ships glide in
at the harborís mouth,
And the ships sail out to sea;
And the wind that sweeps
from the sunny south
Is sweet as sweet can be.
Thereís a world of toil
and a world of pain,
And a world of trouble and care,
But O in a world
where our Father reigns,
There is gladness everywhere!


The harvest waves
in the breezy morn,
And the men go forth to reap;
The fullness comes
to the tasseled corn,
Whether we wake or sleep.
And far on the hills by feet untrod
There are blossoms that scent the air,
For O in this world of our Father, God,
There is beauty everywhere!

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LYRICS
Meter: .
Writer(s):
    Trans/Adapted:
      Dates: 1893
      Bible Refs: Ps 16:11;
      LIST OF LYRIC SOURCES
      Hymn/Song Book Year Song #
      1938# 690
      MUSIC
      Name: DEO GRATIAS
      Meter: .
      Writer(s):
        Dates: 1913
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