I pray someday at heaven’s gate I may in glory stand,
A crown perhaps upon my head, but a needle in my hand.
I never learned to sing or play so let no harp be mine;
From childhood to my dying day, fine sewing’s been my line.
Therefore accustomed all my life to making useful stitches
I’ll be content if asked to mend the little angels’ britches.
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