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TRUST JESUS TODAY
wondering if the rhythm will work out for a melody? What do you think? I have worked on it again since writing it in 2004
Many demands upon our lives
As we walk our own weary way;
But the joy is really knowing
That heaven is my Home some day!
CHORUS FOR 1ST AND 2ND VERSES
Heaven is where I hang my heart,
Heaven is where I hang my heart!
Where love is strong, and all is peace,
Heaven is where I hang my heart
I have a Savior who loves me
And I give all my cares to Him.
Relying on His promises,
Makes all disappointments grow dim!
Oh friend, if you donít know Jesus
Make haste; give all your life to Him.
Heís holding out His arms in love,
Waiting for His children to come in.
CHORUS (for verse 3)
Then youíll hang your heart in Heaven.
Heaven is where youíll hang your heart
Where love is strong, and all is peace
Heaven is where youíll hang your heart!
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