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There's a call that rings for the one who sings to those now gone astray
Saying come ye men and your load of sin there at the altar lay
You don't seem to heed at the chain of greed your conscience never tires
Be assured my friend if you still offend He will set your fields on fire.

If you don't from sin retire He will set your fields on fire
You have heard Jesus call and in death your soul must fall
Now my friends if you desire you may join the heavenly choir
And rejoice with Him free from every sin when He sets this world on fire.

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You have heard His voice seen the souls rejoice that trusted in His grace
You have blushed with sin and He knocked within but still you hide your face
From the blessed Lord in His own true word but still you say retire
Flee the downward path kindle not his wrath or He'll set your fields on fire.

If you don't from sin retire He will set your fields on fire
You have heard Jesus call and in death your soul must fall
Now my friends if you desire you may join the heavenly choir
And rejoice with Him free from every sin when He sets this world on fire...



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