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Song O Come And Mourn With Me Awhile
Album Hymns For Easter
Genre Traditional Christian Hymns
Writer(s) Frederick William Faber
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O Come And Mourn With Me Awhile;
O Come Ye To The Saviour’s Side;
O Come, Together Let Us Mourn;
Jesus, Our Love, Is Crucified.

Have We No Tears To Shed For Him,
While Soldiers Scoff And Foes Deride?
Ah! Look How Patiently He Hangs;
Jesus, Our Love, Is Crucified.

How Fast His Hands And Feet Are Nailed;
His Blessed Tongue With Thirst Is Tied,
His Failing Eyes Are Blind With Blood:
Jesus, Our Love, Is Crucified.

His Mother Cannot Reach His Face;
She Stands In Helplessness Beside;
Her Heart Is Martyred With Her Son’s:
Jesus, Our Love, Is Crucified.

Seven Times Seven He Spoke, Seven Words Of Love;
And All Three Hours His Silence Cried
For Mercy On The Souls Of Men;
Jesus, Our Love, Is Crucified.

O Break, O Break, Hard Heart Of Mine!
Thy Weak Self-Love And Guilty Pride
His Pilate And His Judas Were:
Jesus, Our Love, Is Crucified.

A Broken Heart, A Fount Of Tears,
Ask, And They Will Not Be Denied;
A Broken Heart Love’s Cradle Is:
Jesus, Our Love, Is Crucified.

O Love Of God! O Sin Of Man!
In This Dread Act Your Strength Is Tried;
And Victory Remains With Love;
For He, Our Love, Is Crucified.


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