Here's a new hymn we're learning taken from the 1854 Southern Harmony hymn collection. The tune name is called Dunlap's Creek and is named after Dunlap's Creek Presbyterian Church which is near where the tune originated.
My God, my portion and my love, my everlasting all,
I've none but Thee in heaven above, or on this earthly ball.
What empty things are all the skies, and this inferior clod!
There's nothing here deserves my joys, there's nothing like my God.
In vain the bright, the burning sun scatters his feeble light;
'Tis thy sweet beams create my noon; if Thou withdraw 'tis night.
And whilst upon my restless bed, amongst the shades I roll,
If my Redeemer shows his head, 'Tis morning with my soul.