My Soul is Weary.

Psalm 119:28:

“My soul is weary…”

Job 10:1:

“My soul is weary…”

Statue of the "Tired Man." A reference to the poem by Attila József. The statue itself made by József Somogyi.

Statue of the “Tired Man.” A reference to the poem by Attila József. The statue itself made by József Somogyi.

Ruth Bell Graham (Sitting By My Laughing Fire):

“Lord, when my soul is weary and my heart is tired and sore and I have that failing feeling that I can’t take any more; then let me know the freshening found in simple, childlike prayer, when the kneeling soul knows surely that a listening Lord is there.”

Melody Gardot (Who Will Comfort Me on the album My One and Only Thrill):

“My soul is a weary
My soul is a weary
My soul is a weary
I said my soul is a weary”

Marion W. Easterling and Thomas Ramsey’s Angels Rock Me to Sleep (song, singers include Bill Monroe):

“My heart is sad my soul is weary
While sailing o’er life’s rugged plain
The clouds are dark the day is dreary
It seems”

Anne Steele and Kevin Twit’s Dear Refuge of My Weary Soul (song):

“Dear refuge of my weary soul…”

Josh Groban’s You Raise Me Up (song):

“When I am down and, oh, my soul, so weary;
When troubles come and my heart burdened be…”

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