Let Us Treat Each Other Kindly

Author: Lula Greene Richards
Composer: John S. Lewis


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Representative lyrics

English (Original Language)

1. Let us treat each other kindly, We are friends united here; Not in ignorance, nor blindly, But by sacred ties most dear. Love will own no cold suspicion, Golden sunshine it imparts, And its holy, pure ambition Is to cheer and gladden hearts.

Let us treat each other kindly, We are friends united here; Not in ignorance, nor blindly, But by sacred ties most dear.

2. Let us truly trust each other, We are only mortals weak, Oft in need of friend or brother, Gen’rously to act or speak. Pass not silently and coldly O’er a wrong we might amend, But speak earnestly and boldly, Truth and justice to defend.

Let us treat each other kindly, We are friends united here; Not in ignorance, nor blindly, But by sacred ties most dear.

3. Charity’s fair beacon lifted, Scatters rays of light for all— Erring, weak, or good and gifted, High or lowly, great or small. Let us also strive completely, Hasty judgments to withdraw; Let us trust each other sweetly, And let love fulfil its law.

Let us treat each other kindly, We are friends united here; Not in ignorance, nor blindly, But by sacred ties most dear.