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Jim Reeves – Whispering Hope lyrics

Soft as the voice of an angel, breathing a lesson unheard
Hope with a gentle persuasion, whispers her comforting word
Wait till the darkness is over, wait till the tempest is done
Hope for the sunshine tomorrow, after the darkness is gone

Whispering hope oh how welcome Thy voice
Making my heart in it's sorrow rejoice

If in the dusk of the twilight, dim be the region afar
Will not the deepening darkness, brighten the glimmering star
Then when the night is upon us, why should the heart sink away
When the dark midnight is over, watch for the breaking of day

Whispering hope oh how welcome Thy voice
Making my heart any sorrow rejoice



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