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From: Tim Felten firstname.lastname@example.org WORDS:James Patrick Sullivan(1876-1948) MUSIC:Mildred Sullivan Lacour(1916- ) O SAY, BUT I'M GLAD VERSE 1: D There is a song in my heart today, A D A Something I never had; D Jesus has taken my sins away, A7 D O! say, but I’m glad. CHORUS: D G D O! say, but I’m glad, I’m glad, A7 D O! say, but I’m glad, G D Jesus has come and my cup’s overrun; A7 D O! say, but I’m glad. VERSE 2: Wonderful, marvelous love He brings, Into a heart that’s sad; Through darkest tunnels the soul just sings, O! say, but I’m glad. (REPEAT CHORUS) VERSE 3: We have a fellowship rich and sweet, Tongues can never relate; Abiding in Him: the soul’s Retreat, O! but say, I’m glad. (REPEAT CHORUS) VERSE 4: Won’t you come to Him with all your care, Weary and worn and sad? You, too, will sing as His love you share, O! say, but I’m glad. (REPEAT CHORUS)Home