7006. Thou Who Roll'st the Year Around

1. Thou who roll’st the year around,
Crowned with mercies large and free,
Rich Thy gifts to us abound;
Warm our praise shall rise to Thee.

2. Kindly to our worship bow
While our grateful thanks we tell,
That, sustained by Thee, we now
Bid the parting year farewell.

3. All its numbered days are sped,
All its busy scenes are o’er,
All its joys forever fled,
All its sorrows felt no more.

4. Mingled with th’eternal past,
Its remembrance shall decay,
Yet to be revived at last
At the solemn Judgment Day.

5. All our follies, Lord, forgive;
Cleanse us from each guilty stain.
Let Thy grace within us live
That we spend not years in vain.

6. Then, when life’s last eve shall come,
Happy spirits, may we fly
To our everlasting home,
To our Father’s house on high!

Text Information
First Line: Thou who roll'st the year around
Title: Thou Who Roll'st the Year Around
Author: Ray Palmer (1832)
Meter: 77.77
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain
Notes: Alternate tunes: CANTERBURY, Orlando Gibbons, 1623; HEINLEIN, N├╝rnbergisches Gesangbuch, 1676; INNOCENTS, The Parish Choir, 1850; MONKLAND, John Antes, circa 1790; arranged by John B. Wilkes, 1861
Tune Information
Name: ALCESTER
Composer: Samuel Sebastian Wesley, 1810-1876
Meter: 77.77
Incipit: 53215 65436 54321
Key: E Major
Copyright: Public Domain



Media
Adobe Acrobat image: Adobe Acrobat image
(Cyber Hymnal)
MIDI file: MIDI File
(Cyber Hymnal)
Noteworthy Composer score: Noteworthy Composer score
(Cyber Hymnal)
XML score: XML score
More media are available on the tune authority page.

Suggestions or corrections? Contact us



Advertisements


It looks like you are using an ad-blocker. Ad revenue helps keep us running. Please consider white-listing Hymnary.org or subscribing to eliminate ads entirely and help support Hymnary.org.