The beloved melody of Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing (Nettleton) is presented three times: first in the Key of C, second in the Key of F, and third in the Key of G. In the Key of G the time signature changes to 4/4. adding emphasis to the melody. Ample time is given for lever or pedal changes. This hymn, first published in 1810 is enjoyed by many Christian faiths. Part 2 has a nice 4 note descending figure toward the end.