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Come Thou Fount

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Come, thou fount of every blessing,

come

thou ("you", nominative, familiar)

fount (source / fountain)

of every blessing

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Tune my heart to sing thy praise;

tune

my heart

to sing

thy ("your", possessive, familiar)

praise

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Streams of mercy never ceasing,

streams

of mercy

never

ceasing

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Call for songs of loudest praise;

call for

songs

of loudest praise

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Teach me some melodious sonnet,

teach

me

some

melodious

sonnet

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Sung by flaming tongues above;

sung

by

flaming tongues

above

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Praise the mount, I'm fixed upon it,

praise

the mount (mountain)

I am fixed

upon it

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Mount of thy redeeming love;

mount

of

thy ("your", possessive, familiar)

redeeming love

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O, Lord my God, when I in awesome wonder,

oh

Lord

my God

when

I

in awesome wonder

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Consider all the worlds thy hands have made;

consider

all the worlds

thy ("your" possessive, familiar) hands

have made

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I see the stars; I hear the rolling thunder;

I see

the stars

I hear

the rolling thunder

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Thy power throughout the universe displayed;

Thy ("your" possessive, familiar) power

throughout the universe

displayed

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Then sings my soul, my saviour, God, to thee ,

then

sings

my soul

my saviour

God

to thee ("you" objective, familiar)

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How great thou art, How great thou art,

how great

thou ("you" nominative, familiar) art ("are", descriptive)

how great

you are

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Then sings my soul, my saviour, God, to thee,

then

sings

my soul

my saviour

God

to thee ("you" objective, familiar)

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How great thou art , How great thou art,

how great

thou ("you" nominative, familiar) art ("are", descriptive)

how great

you are

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O, to grace, how great a debtor,

oh

to grace

how great

a debtor

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Daily I'm constrained to be,

daily

I am constrained

to be

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Let thy goodness like a fetter,

let

thy ("your" possessive familiar)

like a fetter

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Bind my wandering heart to thee,

bind

my wandering heart

to thee ("you" objective familiar)

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Then sings my soul, my saviour, God, to thee,

then

sings

my soul

my saviour

God

to thee

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How great thou art, How great thou art,

how great

thou art

how great

thou art

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Then sings my soul, my saviour, God, to thee,

then

sings

my soul

my saviour

God

to thee

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How great thou art, How great thou art,

how great

thou art

how great

thou art

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How great thou art, How great thou art,

how great

thou art

how great

thou art