Strangers and pilgrims on the earth.@Hebrews 11:13

Irville I. Leslie, in The Advent Harp, (Boston, Massachusetts: J. V. Himes, 1849), number 326.

H. S. Blunt, in The Epworth Hymnal No. 2 (New York/Cincinnati, Ohio: Hunt & Eaton/Cranston & Curtis, 1891) (🔊 pdf nwc).

I’m a lonely traveler here,
Weary, oppressed;
But my journey’s end is near,
Soon I shall rest.
Dark and dreary is the way,
Toiling I’ve come;
Ask me not with you to stay,
Yonder’s my home.

Refrain

I’m a traveler, call me not,
Upward I roam;
Heaven is my resting place,
Yonder’s my home.

I’m a weary traveler here,
I must go on;
For my journey’s end is near,
I must be gone.
Brighter joys than earth can give,
Hie me away,
Pleasures that forever live,
I can not stay.

Refrain

I’m a traveler to a land
Where all is fair;
Where is seen no broken band,
Saints all are there.
Where no tear shall ever fall,
Nor heart be sad;
Where the glory is for all,
And all are glad.

Refrain

I’m a traveler, and I go
Where all is fair;
Farewell all I love below,
I must be there.
Worldly honors, hopes and gain,
All I resign;
Welcome, sorrow, grief, and pain,
If Heav’n be mine.

Refrain

I’m a traveler—call me not—
Upward’s my way;
Yonder is my rest and lot,
I cannot stay.
Farewell earthly pleasures all,
Pilgrim I’ll roam;
Hail me not—in vain you call—
Yonder’s my home.

Refrain