Instrumentation: Guitars, Recorders
Time: 1:56
Download: Music (mp3) | Score (png)


1. Oh! for a glance of heavenly day,
    To take this stubborn heart away;
And thaw with beams of love divine,
    This heart, this frozen heart of mine.
This heart, this frozen heart of mine,
    This heart, this frozen heart of mine.

2. The rocks can rend; the earth can quake:
    The seas can roar; the mountains shake;
Of feeling all things show some sign,
    But this unfeeling heart of mine.
But this unfeeling heart of mine,
    But this unfeeling heart of mine.

3. To hear the sorrows thou hast felt,
    O Lord, an adamant would melt;
But I can read each moving line,
    And nothing moves this heart of mine.
And nothing moves this heart of mine,
    And nothing moves this heart of mine.

4. Thy judgments, too, unmoved I hear,
    (Amazing thought!) which devils fear:
Goodness and wrath in vain combine
    To stir this stupid heart of mine.
To stir this stupid heart of mine,
    To stir this stupid heart of mine.

5. But something yet can do the deed;
    And that blest something much I need:
Thy Spirit can from dross refine,
    And melt and change this heart of mine.
And melt and change this heart of mine,
    And melt and change this heart of mine.


Details
Author: Unknown
Composer: Unknown
Meter: L.M.
Hesperian Harp: Page 42
Song in the Night: Page 63


(without Nature Sounds)

Time: 1:52
Download: Music (mp3)

2 Comments on Frozen Heart

  1. Lynda says:

    Edit the numeral “8” out of the word “thing” in the verse 2?

  2. pp2300 says:

    Thanks, didn’t notice that! It’s done now.

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