COME YE YOURSELVES APART (E WA SAPAKAN K’E SIMI DIE)

COME YE YOURSELVES APART (E WA SAPAKAN K’E SIMI DIE)

COME YE YOURSELVES APART A43

m:- m: r d:-s:-l: s: s: f m:-:-:-

Come ye yourselves, apart and rest awhile

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Weary I know it of the press and throng

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Wipe from your brow the sweet and dust of toil

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And in my quiet strength again be strong.

VERSE 1

COME ye yourselves apart and rest awhile,
Weary, I know it, of the press and throng;
Wipe from your brow the sweat and dust of toil,
And in my quiet strength again be strong.

GENESIS 2: 2-3 (NIV)
By the seventh day God had finished the work he had been doing; so on the seventh day he rested from all his work.
Then God blessed the seventh day and made it holy, because on it he rested from all the work of creating that he had done.

VERSE 2

 Come ye aside from all the world holds dear,
For converse which the world has never known,
Alone with me and with my Father here,
With me and with my Father not alone.

VERSE 3

 Come, tell me all that ye have said and done,
Your victories and your failures, hopes and fears;
I know how hardly souls are wooed and won;
My choicest laurels are bedewed with tears.

VERSE 4

 Then fresh from converse with your Lord, return
And work till daylight softens into even;
The brief hours are not lost in which you learn
More of your Master, and his rest in Heaven.

ELSHADDAI ELSHADDAI WORSHIP SONG

One of the challenges I encountered as a beginner saxophonist was getting correct solfa notation of gospel songs that I love. I am therefore posting lyrics and solfa notations for songs that I enjoy playing on the saxophone.

It is also my contribution to assist beginners and lovers of gospel music.

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Hymns usually have more than one tune that can be use for it. If you know the meter of the Hymn you can pick any tune that goes with the meter.


THE METER FOR THIS HYMN : 10.10.10.10.

COME YE YOURSELVES APART YORUBA LYRICS AND TONIC SOLFA

E WA SAPAKAN K’E SIMI DIE

m:- m: r d:-s:-l: s s: f m:-:-:-

E wa sapakan, k’e simi die,

m:- f: s l:- s:- f: r m fe: s:-:-:-

Mo mo are ati wahala yin;

m:- m: r d:-s:-s: f: f: m r:-:-:-

E nu ogun oju yin nu kuro,

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K’e si gb’agbara n’nu agbara Mi.

VERSE 1

E wa sapakan, k’e simi die,

Mo mo are ati wahala yin;

E nu ogun oju yin nu kuro,

K’e si gb’agbara n’nu agbara Mi.

VERSE 2

E takete s’ohun adun aye.

E wa fun idapo t’aye ko

Enikan wa l’odo Mi on Baba,

L’odo Mi on Baba, egbe yin kun.

VERSE 3

 E wa so gbogb’ ohun t’e se fun mi,

So t’isegun ati t’isubu yin;

Mo mo b’ise emi ti soro to,

Ade t’o dara t’on t’omije ni.

VERSE 4

E wa simi; ajo na jin pupo,

Are o mu yin, e o ku lona;

Onje iye wa nihin, e wa je

Nihin l’omi iye wa, ewa mu. (Amin)

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