Music ought to be an enjoyable journey for the listener. The song has been included in most Protestant hymnals in England and the United States and was also included in the hymnbook of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints until a new version was issued in Wilberg captivates audiences and keeps their attention through his unique arrangements. His many musical works have been performed by artists and choral organizations around the world and are now performed weekly by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, for which he is the director. Here are the lyrics as sung by the Choir in the recording above: Come, thou fount of every blessing, tune my heart to sing thy grace. Streams of mercy, never ceasing, call for songs of loudest praise.
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Come, thou fount of every blessing
Asahel Nettleton also published music, so some attribute his namesake tune directly to him. Because most singers have the lyrics memorized, it can be sung at remarkably fast tempos without stumbling over the words. Sufjan Stevens recorded a version for his Hark! Songs for Christmas album, which reached in the US charts and is featured in the closing minutes of the season four premiere episode of Friday Night Lights. This song is also sung by Clark Davis in the film Love Comes Softly and is a recurring background music in the film. Leigh Nash has covered it in Hymns and Sacred Songs.
Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing
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