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Iím Wandering To and Fro 393

Tune: Arranged by Wilson Marion Cooper, 1907
Lyrics: L. Boyden, 1860
Meter: 6s (6,6,6,6)
Iím wandíring to and fro
In this wide world of woe,
Where streams of sorrow flow,
And then Iím going home.

Chorus:

Weíll camp a while in the wilderness,
And then weíre going home.

And when my faith is tried,
In Him I will confide,
And all the storms outride,
And then Iím going home.

(Chorus)
Iím On My Journey Home is now on pg 207.
Henry Tuckerís arrangement of this song, taken from Southern Melody, appeared in William Walkerís 1873 Fruits & Flowers.