Reel 304 # 13
Collected by W.C. Anderson For Mary C. Parler Transcribed by Linda Humphrey
Sung by W.C. Anderson Fayetteville, Ark. Jan. 5, 1961
Somebody Loves Me
I'm in love with my Savior, and He's in love with me,
He is with me from day to day; what a friend is He, Watches over me while I sleep, hears me when I pray,
I am happy as I can be, and I now can say:
Somebody loves me, answers my prayer;
I love somebody; I know He cares.
Somebody tells me not to repine,
That somebody is Jesus, and I know he's mine.
You'll be happy if you will let Jesus have his way,
He has work for us all to do, every passing day;
Feed the hungry and cheer the sad, for the sinner pray, You'll have a joy you never had, and you then can say:
Then at last when our work is done, He will call us home To a mansion He has prepared, never more to roam;
We'll sit down by the riverside, cares all passed away, And with never a pain to bear, what a happy day.
Mrs. E.N. Campbell, W.C. Anderson's mother got this from Brother Pace about 1943.
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