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The Bells of Easter-Tide
			
    [Sheet Music]
    [Notes and Musical Instructions not included]


                    The Bells of Easter-Tide.

Chorus of All.		Parts.		Words and Music by F.A. Clark.
				Inst. p.............Male Voices.


                                        Marcato.........   The Bells of East-er chim - ing, A
The Bells of East - er - tide.                             Oh, may your heav'nly ring-ing, En-


mes-sage sweet and clear, Their heav'nly mus-ic rhym-ing, Up-on the sun - lit air.  They
com-pass earth to - day, While hap-py mor-tals sing-ing, Their grief and gloom away.  The


tell a gladsome story, How Jesus rose to-day, And crown'd in highest glo - ry, He
fear of death has vanished, The grave has lost its sting, The Babe of Bethl'hem's manger, To -


lives our King for aye.	   Bells of Easter   gladly ringing, Your mel-o-dy divine, Sweetly
day is crown'd our King.

			Easter Bells ringing so sweet and clear, Ring! Ring! Ring!


peal in golden chime, The grave is conquer'd Christ is King, Ring bells of Easter-tide.

gold-en		chime,				Ring Bells.


Copyright, 1901, by F.A. Clark.  Used by permission.
			
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African Methodist Episcopal Church Review, Vol. 17, Num. 4

The Bells of Easter-Tide

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