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Stanley Brothers – The Pale Horse And His Rider lyrics

Listen poor sinner you're drifting away
From the dear Saviour who's pleading today
What will you do when the Saviour comes nigh
When the pale horse and his rider go by

The time now ain't long when the Saviour will come
Then you'll be judged for the deeds you have done
On that judgment day you'll weep and you'll cry
When the pale horse and his rider go by

Soften your heart and turn from all sin
Jesus is waiting to welcome you in
There's coming a time you'll wish He was nigh
When the pale horse and his rider go by

Won't you redeem you poor wicked soul
You can't pay your way with silver and gold
If you're not saved you'll be lost in the night
When the pale horse and his rider go by



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