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OUR happiest day is quickly past,

And it will come back nevermöre ; | The happy day of Heaven will last

For Ever and for Evermore.

Sorrow and pain came down on earth,

And they will leave it nevermore ; Until our King brings heavenly mirth

For Ever and for Evermore.

Our sweet bright flowers quickly fade,

Their beauty comes back nevermore; But other flowers Gon has made

For Ever and for Evermore.

O JESUS CHRIST, our Heavenly King,

Come down and leave us nevermore; Then shall our hearts rejoice and sing

For Ever and for Evermore.

All those on earth we dearest love

All that is evil, low, and base Leave us and come back nevermore; i Shall be within us nevermore, But life shall be in Heaven above

When pure in heart we see Thy Face For Ever and for Evermore.

For Ever and for Evermore. Amen.

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All those on earth we dearest love

All that is evil, low, and base Leave us and come back nevermore; Shall be within us nevermore, But life shall be in Heaven above

When pure in heart we see Thy Face For Ever and for Evermore.

For Ever and for Evermore. Amen.

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