He'll Understand and Say Well Done – Campbell & Benson 

 
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1) If when you Give when you give him best of your service; Tel-ling the world that the Savior has come.
2) Mis-un-der-stood                         the Savior    of  sinners; Hung on the cross; he was God's only son. 
3) If when this life                              of labor    is    ended    and the re-ward of the race you have run.
4) But if try                            and fail in your trying; hands sore and scarred from the work you’ve be-gun.
 
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1) Be not dis-mayed if men don't be-lieve you; He un –der -stands; He’ll say “Well done.”
2) Oh hear him call his Father in heaven;         “Let not my    will    but   thine be done.”
3) Oh, take the sweet rest prepared for the faithful; will be his blest and final “Well done.”
4) Take up your cross, run quickly to meet him; He’ll un-der-stand and say “Well done.”
 
Chorus
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Oh when I come to the end of my journey; Wear -y   of   life  and the battle is won;
 
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car-ing the staff and the cross of re-demp-tion; He'll un -der-stand and say “Well done.”
 
 
 
 
He'll Understand and Say Well Done – Campbell & Benson 

 
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1) If when you Give when you give him best of your service; Tel-ling the world that the Savior has come.
2) Mis-un-der-stood                         the Savior    of  sinners; Hung on the cross; he was God's only son. 

3) If when this life                              of labor    is    ended    and the re-ward of the race you have run.
4) But if try                            and fail in your trying; hands sore and scarred from the work you’ve be-gun.
 
         A0    A                 D                   A              D  D11   D     A         C#7    B9      E      A 

1) Be not dis-mayed if men don't be-lieve you; He under -stands; He’ll say “Well done.” 

2) Oh hear him call his Father in heaven;         “Let not my    will    but   thine be done.” 

3) Oh, take the sweet rest prepared for the faithful; will be his blest and final “Well done.”
4) Take up your cross, run quickly to meet him; He’ll un-der-stand and say “Well done.”
 
Chorus
E7   E0    E7  E                                A            E        E0  E7   E   E7                       A

Oh when I come to the end of my journey; Wear -y  of   life and the battle is won;
 
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car-ing the staff and the cross of re-demp-tion; He'll un –der - stand and say “Well done.”