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Come Unto Me 1-6 Hear the blessed Savior calling the oppressed, "O ye heavy laden, come to me and rest; Come, no longer tarry, I your load will bear, Bring.

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1 Come Unto Me 1-6 Hear the blessed Savior calling the oppressed, "O ye heavy laden, come to me and rest; Come, no longer tarry, I your load will bear, Bring me ev'ry burden, bring me ev'ry care." Hear the blessed Savior calling the oppressed, "O ye heavy laden, come to me and rest; Come, no longer tarry, I your load will bear, Bring me ev'ry burden, bring me ev'ry care." Words and Music by Charles P. Jones

2 Come (Come unto me,) unto me, (come unto me,) I (I will give you rest,) will give your rest; (I will give you rest;) Take (Take my yoke upon you,) my yoke upon you, (Take my yoke upon you,) Come (Come unto me,) unto me, (come unto me,) I (I will give you rest,) will give your rest; (I will give you rest;) Take (Take my yoke upon you,) my yoke upon you, (Take my yoke upon you,) Come Unto Me 2-6

3 Hear (Hear me and be blest,) me and be blest; (hear me and be blest, For) I (I am meek and lowly,) am meek and lowly, (I am meek and lowly;) Come (Come and trust my might,) and trust my might; (Come and trust my might;) Come, (Come, O come,) my yoke is easy, (Come, my yoke is easy,) And (Come, O come, yes,) my burden's light. (Come, my burden's light.) Hear (Hear me and be blest,) me and be blest; (hear me and be blest, For) I (I am meek and lowly,) am meek and lowly, (I am meek and lowly;) Come (Come and trust my might,) and trust my might; (Come and trust my might;) Come, (Come, O come,) my yoke is easy, (Come, my yoke is easy,) And (Come, O come, yes,) my burden's light. (Come, my burden's light.) Come Unto Me 3-6

4 Have your cares of bus'ness, cares of pressing debt? Cares of social life or cares of hopes unmet? Are you by remorse or sense of guilt depressed? Come right now to Jesus, He will give you rest. Have your cares of bus'ness, cares of pressing debt? Cares of social life or cares of hopes unmet? Are you by remorse or sense of guilt depressed? Come right now to Jesus, He will give you rest. Come Unto Me 4-6

5 Come (Come unto me,) unto me, (come unto me,) I (I will give you rest,) will give your rest; (I will give you rest;) Take (Take my yoke upon you,) my yoke upon you, (Take my yoke upon you,) Come (Come unto me,) unto me, (come unto me,) I (I will give you rest,) will give your rest; (I will give you rest;) Take (Take my yoke upon you,) my yoke upon you, (Take my yoke upon you,) Come Unto Me 5-6

6 Hear (Hear me and be blest,) me and be blest; (hear me and be blest, For) I (I am meek and lowly,) am meek and lowly, (I am meek and lowly;) Come (Come and trust my might,) and trust my might; (Come and trust my might;) Come, (Come, O come,) my yoke is easy, (Come, my yoke is easy,) And (Come, O come, yes,) my burden's light. (Come, my burden's light.) Hear (Hear me and be blest,) me and be blest; (hear me and be blest, For) I (I am meek and lowly,) am meek and lowly, (I am meek and lowly;) Come (Come and trust my might,) and trust my might; (Come and trust my might;) Come, (Come, O come,) my yoke is easy, (Come, my yoke is easy,) And (Come, O come, yes,) my burden's light. (Come, my burden's light.) Come Unto Me 6-6


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