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I won't care how dark and drear my way may be
I won't mind the cross to bear
For I'm knowing God's on time he'll set me free
But this I pray dear Lord, remember me.

Remember me when tears are folling down
Remember me when trouble's all around
And look down at the river of Jordan
And calling the row, oh Lord, remember me.

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I won't mind how low some bitter lots be mine
To bear uncomplainingly
I decided come what may I'll follow Thee
But this I pray dear Lord, remember me.

I won't mind though I may go through waters deep
Still his own my pray shall be
If I'm right I know I'll gain the victory
But this I pray dear Lord, remember me.

Remember me when tears are folling down
Remember me when trouble's all around
And look down at the river of Jordan
And calling the row, oh Lord, remember me.

(And calling the row remember me...)



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