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10344. Heaven And Earth, And Sea And Air

1 Heaven and earth, and sea and air,
All their Maker’s praise declare;
Wake, my soul, awake and sing:
Now thy grateful praises bring.

2 See the glorious orb of day
Breaking through the clouds his way;
Moon and stars with silvery light
Praise Him through the silent night.

3 See how He hath everywhere
Made this earth so rich and fair;
Hill and vale and fruitful land,
All things living, show His hand.

4 Lord, great wonders workest Thou!
To Thy sway all creatures bow;
Write Thou deeply in my heart
What I am, and what Thou art.

Text Information
First Line: Heaven and earth, and sea and air
Title: Heaven And Earth, And Sea And Air
Original Language: German
Author: Joachim Neander (1680)
Meter: 77.77
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: GOTT SEI DANK
Meter: 77.77
Key: C Major
Source: Neues geistreiches Gesangbuch, by Johann A. Freylinghausen (Halle, Germany: 1704)
Copyright: Public Domain



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