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Morning Cometh
Anatolia College Hymn

by Charles C. Tracy

Morning cometh, morning cometh,
Night shades and terrors pale,
Morning cometh, morning cometh,
All hail! Sweet light, all hail!
Swift comes the dawn with rosy ray,
The gloomy shadows flee away,
The gloomy shadows flee away.
Let sadness with the night depart,
Let joy and peace fill every heart:
Come one, come all a cheerful throng!
Greet Alma Mater with a song!
Anatolia! Anatolia!
Long be thy gladsome day.
Anatolia forever!
Anatolia for aye!
Morning cometh, morning cometh,
Arise! And greet the day.
Morning cometh, morning cometh,
Come join the joyful lay
Swift comes the dawn with rosy ray.
The gloomy shadows flee away,
The gloomy shadows flee away,
It is the day so long and bright;
It is the dawn of love and light;
Now joyful hope each bosom thrills
And morning dances o’er the hills.
Anatolia! Anatolia!
Long be thy gladsome day.
Anatolia forever!
Anatolia for aye!

Morning cometh, morning cometh
The heavenly heralds say
Morning cometh.  Morning cometh,
Up! Meet the King of day!
O Light divine, rejoice our eyes!
O Sun of Righteousness, arise!
O Sun of Righteousness, arise!
Send with swift wing thy healing beam
O’er hill and valley, plain and stream,
Till ‘neath thy reign, from shore to shore,
Woe, night and sin shall be no more.
Anatolia! Anatolia!
Long be thy gladsome day.
Anatolia forever!
Anatolia for aye!