On a Golden Springtime

Words by Virginia Maughan Kammeyer

Music by Crawford Gates

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    1. On a golden springtime, underneath the ground,

    A tiny seedling lay asleep until the sun shone down.

    Awake, awake, O little seed! Push upward to the light!

    The day is bright. With all your might, push upward to the light!

    2. On a golden springtime, Jesus Christ awoke

    And left the tomb where he had lain; the bands of death he broke.

    Awake, awake, O sleeping world! Look upward to the light,

    For now all men may live again. Look upward to the light!

    3. On a golden springtime, in a forest glade,

    The Father and the Son appeared as Joseph knelt and prayed.

    Awake, awake, O nations all! Receive the gospel light!

    The gospel true is here for you. Receive its glorious light!

    Words: Virginia Maughan Kammeyer, b. 1925. © 1989 LDS
    Music: Crawford Gates, b. 1921. © 1989 LDS

    This song may be copied for incidental, noncommercial church or home use.

    Alma 32:28; D&C 88:7; Matt. 28:5–6; JS—H 1:17

    Music, On a Golden Springtime