FluteTree : Songbook : with finger pictures : Popular 6-hole Native American Flute
    X:1
    T:We Would See Jesus
    C:Lyrics by John E. Park (1913) - Melody by Herbert B. Turner (1907)
    C:Arranged for NAF by Robert Gatliff (trilled version)
    M:2/2
    L:1/4
    K:E
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    B2e2|=d2cB|ABc=d|=d2e2|=d4|]
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    W:1) We would see Jesus; lo! his star is shining 
    W:above the stable while the angels sing; 
    W:There in a manger on the hay reclining; 
    W:haste, let us lay our gifts before the King. 
    W:
    W:2)  We would see Jesus, Mary's Son most holy,
    W:Light of the village life from day to day;
    W:Shining revealed through every task most lowly,
    W:The Christ of God, the life, the truth, the way.
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    W:3)  We would see Jesus, on the mountain teaching,
    W:With all the list'ning people gathered round;
    W:While birds and flow'rs and sky above are preaching
    W:The blessedness which simple trust has found.
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    W:4)  We would see Jesus, in His work of healing,
    W:At eventide before the sun was set;
    W:Divine and human, in His deep revealing
    W:Of God *made flesh, in loving service met. [*and man]
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    W:5)  We would see Jesus, in the early morning,
    W:Still as of old He calleth, 'Follow Me!'
    W:Let us arise, all meaner service scorning;
    W:Lord, we are Thine, we give ourselves to Thee.
    W:    
    W:*Alternate text.
  

Arrangement note:Trilled notes have replaced quarter-holing the bottom finger hole.