Tuesday, September 20

Bring Back the Springtime


When in the spring, the flowers are blooming bright and fair,
After the grey of winter's gone.
Once again the lark begins his tuning,
Back in the meadows of my heart.
    Chorus Lord, to my heart bring back the springtime. Take away the cold and dark of sin. And, Oh refill me now, sweet Holy Spirit: May I warm and tender be again.
Lord, make me like that stream that flows so cool and clear
Down from the mountains high above;
I will tell the world the wondrous story
Of the precious stream filled with your Love.

    Chorus Lord, to my heart bring back the springtime. Take away the cold and dark of sin. And, Oh refill me now, sweet Holy Spirit: May I warm and tender be again.


(moss rose from my mom's flower bed)

4 comments:

Grammie Kim said...

Can you believe I have never learned that song? Beautiful words.

Rebecca said...

I KNOW this song! Haven't thought about it for a l-o-n-g time. (Personally, I'm gearing up to enjoy autumn. I I'm not a big fan of winter, but I find a lot of pleasure in a good autumn day...

Mrs. Mobunny said...

google the tune.....it's really pretty.

Grammie Kim said...

Ahhh, I do remember having heard it before...