375 I Will Let You Dwell in My Heart for All Time

You accompany me through springs, summers, autumns, and winters.

To look at Your lonely face stirs up waves of melancholy in my heart.

I’ve never cared for Your loneliness, and never soothed Your sadness.

Facing Your earnest words again and again, I was too stubborn to wake up.

I always grieved You, and always let You down.

Only after You chastened me did I somewhat realize it.

Leaning close to You, I can’t shoulder a heavy burden for You.

How could an unreasonable person sense Your bitter thoughts?


For selfish desires and for the flesh, I forgot the truth and morality.

When I’m heartbroken with regret, I have long broken Your heart.

You are so grieved, but it can’t make me sorrowful.

Groaning painfully in corruption, I greedily stretched out my hand to demand from You.

Who has the conscience and sense to share some of Your worries?

Your love is true and precious, Your heart is the kindest.

Who could be more beautiful than You! Who could be more honorable than You!

I will accompany You forever, and never leave Your side.

I will accompany You forever, and never leave Your side.

Your love is true and precious, Your heart is the kindest.

Who could be more beautiful than You! Who could be more honorable than You!

I will accompany You forever, and never leave Your side.

I will accompany You forever, and never leave Your side.

Let joy and pleasure appear on Your face, let You dwell in my heart for all time.

Let joy and pleasure appear on Your face, let You dwell in my heart for all time.

Let You dwell in my heart for all time.

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