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My Song is Love Unknown

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My Song is Love Unknown, Samuel Crossman, 1664.

My song is love unknown, my Savior’s love for me;
love to the loveless shown that they might lovely be:
but who am I that for my sake my Lord should take,
frail flesh and die?

He came from heaven’s throne, salvation to bestow;
but they refused and none the longed for Christ would know:
this is my friend, my friend indeed, who at my need,
his life did spend.

Sometimes they crowd his way, and his sweet praises sing,
resounding all the day hosannas to their king:
then “crucify” is all their breath, and for his death,
they thirst and cry.

With angry shouts they have, my dear Lord done away;
a murderer they save, the Prince of Life they slay!
Yet willingly he bears the shame and through his name,
all might be free.

Why, what has my Lord done, to cause this rage and spite?
he made the lame to run, and gave the blind their sight:
what injuries! yet these are why the Lord most high,
so cruelly dies

Here might I stay and sing, of him my soul adores;
never was love, dear King, never was grief like yours!
This is my friend in whose sweet praise I all my days,
could gladly spend.


  1. nandrosa says:

    “My song, is love, is love unknown
    And I’ve got, to get, that message home.”

    Coldplay, “A Message”

  2. nephos says:

    Beautiful poetry! Thanks for posting this.

  3. Mary Thomas says:

    I ran a copy of the song, “My Song is Love Unknown”, so I can reflect upon those words and the message of the song.

  4. Dave Ramsey Certified Counselor says:

    Your blog is so informative � keep up the good work!!!!

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