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7428. Whom Have I in Heaven?

1. Whom have I in Heav’n above?
Only Thee, my Savior;
Whom have I on earth to love?
Only Thee, my Savior;
Who my wounded heart can heal,
who my every sorrow feel,
Who the light of joy reveal?
Only Thee, my Savior.

2. Who has led me all my days?
Only Thou, my Savior;
Who deserves my highest praise?
Only Thou, my Savior;
In my weakness who is strong,
who has loved and loved me long,
Who should claim my noblest song?
Only Thou, my Savior.

3. Who my inmost thoughts can read?
Only Thou, my Savior;
Who for me doth intercede?
Only Thou, my Savior;
Who my secret thoughts can know,
who such tender mercy show,
Who can make me white as snow?
Only Thou, my Savior.

Text Information
First Line: Whom have I in Heav'n above?
Title: Whom Have I in Heaven?
Author: Frances Jane (Fanny) Crosby (1877)
Language: English
Source: Welcome Tidings: A New Collection of Sacred Songs for the Sunday School (New York: Biglow & Main, 1877), number 47
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [Whom have I in Heav'n above]
Composer: William Fiske Sherwin
Incipit: 55312 31656 53255
Key: E♭ Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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