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Hank Snow – He'll Understand And Say Well Done lyrics

Give when you give him best of your service
Telling the world that the Saviour has come
Be not dismayed when man don't believe you
He'll understand and say well done.

Oh when I come to the end of my journey
Weary of life and the battle is won
Caring the staff and the cross of redemption
He'll understand and say well done.

Misunderstood, yes the Saviour of sinners
Died on the cross, he was God's only son
But he knew well that his father in heaven
Would understand and say well done.

Oh hear him calling his father in heaven
Not my will Lord but thine be done.

And when I come to the end of my journey
Weary of life and the battle is won
Caring the staff and the cross of redemption
He'll understand and say well done...



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