Lean on My Ample Arm

First line: Lean on my ample arm, Oh, thou depressed! And / Lean on my ample arm

Original language: English

Words: Theodore E. Curtis
Music: Evan Stephens


Lean on My Ample Arm
, 120


1. Lean on my ample arm,O thou depressed!And I will bid the stormCease in thy breast.Whate’er thy lot may beOn life’s complaining sea,If thou wilt come to me,Thou shalt have rest.If thou wilt come to me,Thou shalt have rest.
2. Lift up thy tearful eyes,Sad heart, to me;I am the sacrificeOffered for thee.In me thy pain shall cease,In me is thy release,In me thou shalt have peaceEternally.In me thou shalt have peaceEternally.

These charts show the use of this song in English hymnbooks and other collections published by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. If a song appears in multiple editions of the same hymnbook, it is only counted once. [undetermined] means that tune information has not yet been entered in.

Tunes that have appeared with this song in English

Appearances of this song over time in English

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Lean on My Ample Arm

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Lean on My Ample Arm

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Artist: Combined choir from BYU

Lean on My Ample Arm

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Artist: The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square

Lean on My Ample Arm

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Lean on My Ample Arm

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Lean on My Ample Arm (Choir)

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Lean on My Ample Arm (Choir)

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Lean on My Ample Arm (Choir)

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Lean on My Ample Arm (Choir)

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Lean on My Ample Arm

, Jan 2008

Contributor: Katie Bastian