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Who would true valour see


    • Who would true valour see, 
    • let him come hither; 
    • one here will constant be, 
    • come wind, come weather; 
    • there‟s no discouragement 
    • shall make him once relent 
    • his first avowed intent 
    • to be a pilgrim. 

    • Who so beset him round 
    • with dismal stories, 
    • do but themselves confound; 
    • His strength the more is. 
    • No lion can him fright, 
    • he‟ll with a giant fight, 
    • but he will have a right 
    • to be a pilgrim. 

    • Hobgoblin nor foul fiend 
    • can daunt his spirit; 
    • he knows he at the end 
    • shall life inherit. 
    • Then fancies flee away; 
    • he‟ll fear not what men say; 
    • he‟ll labour night and day 
    • to be a pilgrim

  • Album: English Hymns, Artist: John Bunyan, Language: English, Viewed: 611 times