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Posted:  06 Jun 2005 17:25
can you find the old hymn with "I'll See you in the morning?" Need it for a sweet 88 year old friend whose son passed away last week. Those were his last words to her after eating dinner with her. He went out the door, went home and had a heart attack and went to Jesus. These words will be a blessing. I'm sure we used to sing it when I was a young girl.
Thanks.
winkydink77
Posted:  06 Jun 2005 19:11
I think the hymn you are looking for is "I'll Meet You in the Morning".

I will meet you in the morning on the bright riverside,
When all sorrows have drifted away.
I'll be standing at the portal with the gates open wide
At the close of life's long, dreary day.

Cho: I'll meet you in the morning with a "How do you do?"
     And we'll sit down by the river, and with rapture, old acquaintance renew.
     You'll know me in the morning by the smile that I wear.
     When I meet you in the morning in that city that is built foursquare.

I will meet you in the morning in the sweet by and by,
And exchange the old cross for a crown.
There will be no disappointments and no body shall die
In that land where life's sun goeth down.

I will meet you in the morning at the end of the way
On the streets of that city of gold,
Where we all can be together and be happy for aye
As the years of eternity roll.
Posted:  07 Jun 2005 04:11
Hi Winkydink77,

The one that Guest posted was one that I'm familiar with. Here's the other:

I will meet you in the morning,
Just inside the Eastern Gate.
Then be ready, faithful pilgrim,
Lest with you it be too late.

Refrain

I will meet you, I will meet you
Just inside the Eastern Gate over there.
I will meet you, I will meet you,
I will meet you in the morning over there.

If you hasten off to glory,
Linger near the Eastern Gate,
For I’m coming in the morning;
So you’ll not have long to wait.

Refrain

Keep your lamps all trimmed and burning;
For the Bridegroom watch and wait.
He’ll be with us at the meeting
Just inside the Eastern Gate.

Refrain

O the joys of that glad meeting
With the saints who for us wait!
What a blessèd, happy meeting
Just inside the Eastern Gate!

Refrain

Hope one of these is it--if not, please let me know, and I can try to dig further

God bless!
Steve
Posted:  12 Jul 2005 18:01
I am looking for your second selection.......the one stating "Just Inside the Eastern Gate". I am looking for the artist of this song on C D or cassette. If you can help me please reply in this forum or at 53rosebud @sbcglobal.net..............thanks!!
Posted:  12 Jul 2005 23:13
Hi. This gospel song actually dates back to 1905, words and lyrics by Isaiah G. Martin.

I personally got to know the song by listening to those great Gaither anthologies. Here's one of them, available on Amazon.Com:

Ryman Gospel Reunionhttp://www.assoc-amazon.com/e/ir?t=namethathymnl-20&l=ur2&o=1" width="1" height="1" border="0" alt="" style="border:none !important; margin:0px !important;

Hope it helps. Thanks
Steve
Posted:  14 Jul 2005 04:02
Please help me find the lyrics to an old hymn titled "Precious Memories".  It was my grandfather's and my great-grandmother's favorite, and I would like to sing it at our Family Reunion.
Posted:  14 Jul 2005 05:03
Hi Guest,

Answered in your other thread. Thanks!

Steve
Posted:  15 Aug 2005 01:18
The name of the song by I. G. Martin is "The Eastern Gate" I learned it from my granddaddy and I will be singing it next month in church.
Posted:  26 Aug 2005 05:44
HI, I am looking for a cd of the eastern gate.Can you help me.
Posted:  26 Aug 2005 17:53
Here's a CD I enjoy that contains this song:

Ryman Gospel Reunionhttp://www.assoc-amazon.com/e/ir?t=namethathymnl-20&l=ur2&o=1" width="1" height="1" border="0" alt="" style="border:none !important; margin:0px !important;" /
Posted:  28 May 2006 00:21
Hi Steve,
Thaks for sending the email to the lady for the song I will meet you in the morning. I sang that one at my Sisters home going and was looking for the Eastern gate song, ran across your e-mail to the lady who lost her son. Thanks so much,Shirley
Posted:  03 Jul 2006 18:26
You can get the son off the CD By the Blackwood Brothers, called The Gospel classics series
Posted:  04 Jul 2006 15:51
Here's a link to that CD on Amazon:

Gospel Classics Series
Posted:  08 Jan 2007 23:52
Precious memories, unseen angels,
Sent from somewhere to my soul;
How they linger, ever near me,
And the sacred past unfold.

Chorus
Precious memories, how they linger,
How they ever flood my soul;
In the still ness of the midnight,
Precous, sacred scenes unfold.
Precious father, loving mother,
Fly across the lonely years;
And old homescenes of my childhood,
In fond memory appears.


Chorus
Precious memories, how they linger,
How they ever flood my soul;
In the still ness of the midnight,
Precous, sacred scenes unfold.
In the stillness of the midnight,
Echoes from the past I hear;
Old time singing, gladness bringing,
From that lovely land somewhere.


Chorus
Precious memories, how they linger,
How they ever flood my soul;
In the still ness of the midnight,
Precous, sacred scenes unfold.
As I travel on life's pathway,
Know not what the years may hold;
As I ponder, hope grows fonder,
Precious memories flood my soul.


Chorus
Precious memories, how they linger,
How they ever flood my soul;
In the still ness of the midnight,
Precous, sacred scenes unfold.
Posted:  24 Aug 2007 18:27
If this is the song I think it is, my grandparents listened to it when they first met. My grandfather died in October of 2003 and as we were leaving his service, my grandmother touched his casket and just said "I'll see you in the morning." That moment was probably one of the most touching things I've ever experienced and have been looking for the song since then. Even if it's not, I feel like I've found what I'm looking for. Oh, and my grandmother only had about a year and a half's worth of mornings until she saw my grandfather again. :]
Posted:  09 Jun 2008 03:05
My Mother died one week ago tonight.  The night before she died, she spent 3 hours talking of her loved ones who had already passed away, consoling my sister and I about what a hard day it was for our framily, and singing "Take my hand, Precious Lord, Lead me home,", "Swing Low Sweet Chariot", "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning" from Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Oklahoma" that ends with "Everythings going my way" and "I'll meet you in the morning."  I was thinking at the time she was singing to her loved ones already in Heaven.  It took me about 3 days to realize she was reassuring my sister and myself she would meet us in the morning.  What a precious, precious gift she gave us.
Posted:  25 Jun 2009 01:53
Thank you so much for service to the body of CHRIST. The two songs I am looking for are:
                 1st line is, "Send word to him, whose name is JesusChrist".
Some other lines are, "came down to earth from heaven's lofty throne"
1st line to the chorus is, "send word to Jesus for he will understand you".

1st line to the second song is,
"When the harvest is over and the summer is gone, when sermon and prayer have past by".  First line  to the chorus is, "When the harvest is over and the summer is gone, AND SOMETHING LIKE, "O! sinner why then do you say no again............." Again, thank you, and may the LORD BLESS YOU.
Charles Obialisi. email is obialisi@sbcglobal.net, if necessary.
Posted:  23 Aug 2009 17:00
winkydink77

hi, i think you are looking for the song "See You In The Morning"
by Pam Thum......unfortunately, you can only have it if you buy her
album Faithful....it is really a good song for love ones who died....
had it when i lost my husband a long time ago.......goodluck.....
and God bless....
Posted:  17 Sep 2009 02:25
I HAVEBEEN  LOOKING FOR I WILL MEET YOU IN THE MORNING   FOR A WHILE THANK  YOU  I FOUND I ON YOUR SIGHT.
                 PATSY SMITH   patsyrockyangel@yahoo.com  email me if you would liketvpb
Posted:  30 Dec 2009 20:57
I WILL SEE YOU IN THE MORNING---DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF DR. PETER MARSHALL--WORDS AND MUSIC BY REV. ROBERT BURNS ABOUT 1955.
                             I WILL SEE YOU IN THE MORNING
I WILL SEE YOU IN THE MORNING,IN A CITY FAR AWAY,WHERE THE SUNRISE OF GODS GLORY IS THE LIGHT OF ENDLESS DAY,WHERE TEN THOUSAND TIMES TEN THOUSAND SING ,REJOICING EVER MORE : I WILL SEE YOU IN THE MORNING ON THAT HAPPY GOLDEN SHORE.  I WILL SEE YOU IN THE MORNING WHERE NO TEARS SHALL E'ER BE FOUND BUT A LIFE OF JOY AND GLADNESS WHAN WE LAY OUR BURDENS DOWN.  JESUS CALLS THE HEAVY LADEN, COME AND I WILL GIVE YOU REST!  I WILL SEE YOU IN THE MORNING IN THAT HAVEN OF THE BLEST.  I WILL SEE YOU IN THE MORNING; THERE ARE BLESSINGS YET UNTOLD WHERE THE CLOUDS HAVE SILVER LININGS AND NO ANGRY BILLOWS ROLL.  IT WILL BE A BRIGHT TOMORROW IN THE SUNSHINE OF HIS LOVE.  I WILL SEE YOU IN THE MORNING IN THE GLORY LAND ABOVE.
Posted:  10 Apr 2011 05:17
coul you fin the lyrics of the song....from this day on?
the chorus goes like this..."into one love ill give my everything my all for you alone.."
Posted:  20 Dec 2011 17:38
need lyracs to christian old spiritual song called "Ill see you in the morning."
Posted:  02 Feb 2012 15:49
Pam Thum sang this right? I love this song and I am trying to find the lyrics to post here, I may need to type them out after work tonight ?
Posted:  04 Feb 2012 04:51
See You In The Morning by Pam Thum

I think of you remembering our times the laughter the love
We never planned to say goodbye, sometimes I cry.
‘Cause Yesterday is gone and
We know it won’t be long
Until forever comes.
But we share this hope
that we still have a home where we will meet again

(Chorus)
Until then.
I will see you in the morning
just inside heaven’s door.
I will see you in the sunrise
over on a brighter shore
No more tears, no more pain,
In a far better place
I will miss you till then
Oh, but I promise you again
I will see you in the morning
I will see you in the morning

So many lives have changed because of you
You lived so close to the god that now holds you,
Your dreams have come true
But yesterday’s gone
And we know it won’t be long
Until forever comes
We share this hope
That we have a home where we will meet again

(Chorus)

Deep in my heart it’s so hard to let you go
But the Father has a purpose and I know
I will miss you till then
But I promise you again
I will see in the morning
I will see you in the morning.
Posted:  03 Apr 2012 14:03
I'm looking for the lyrics for a song by the McKameys from way back.  Some of the words are "Early on morning at the breaking of dawn two women went out to the garden alone."
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