11722. Lo, The Winter Is Past

1 Nature from her sleep is waking,
From her icy bondage breaking,
Vernal life and beauty taking,
Lo, the winter is past.
Birds their carols sweet are singing
Trees and flow’rs their fragrance bringing,
Lo, the winter is past,
Lo, the winter is past.

2 In our hearts new joy is dawning,
On this happy Easter morning,
Every life with hope adorning,
Lo! the winter is past!
Gone are Lenten gloom and sadness,
Bright our path with Easter gladness,
Lo! the winter is past!
Lo! the winter is past!

3 Christ with pow’rs of Death hath striven,
To the world new life hath given,
Op’ning wide the gates of Heaven,
Lo! the winter is past.
Sing we to our Lord most glorious,
Rising over Death victorious,
Lo! the winter is past!
Lo! the winter is past!

Text Information
First Line: Nature from her sleep is waking
Title: Lo, The Winter Is Past
Author: Arthur M. F. Custance (1902)
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [Nature from her sleep is waking]
Composer: Arthur M. F. Custance
Key: C Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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