16035. Shouting In The Air

1 There is a home, it’s just above,
Where all is glo­ry bright and fair;
O how my heart is filled with love,
To hear the shout­ing in the air.

I’m on the way to glo­ry fair,
Shouting, shout­ing, shout­ing in the air;
I’m on the way to glo­ry fair;
There will be shout­ing, shout­ing,
Shouting in the air.

2 There is a home so bright and fair,
And I can see its por­tals clear;
And when we meet our Sav­ior there,
There’ll be a shout­ing in the air. [Refrain]

3 There is a home not made with hands,
It’s in that glo­ry, glo­ry land;
And in that home I long to stand
To share the shout­ing with that band. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: There is a home, it’s just above
Title: Shouting In The Air
Author: W. O. Faircloth (1915)
Refrain First Line: I’m on the way to glo­ry fair
Language: English
Source: Carol Crown by James D. Vaughan (Lawrenceburg, TN: James D. Vaughan, 1915)
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [There is a home, it’s just above]
Composer: W. O. Faircloth (alt.)
Key: G Major or modal
Copyright: Public Domain

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