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42. Clamanda

Say, now ye lovely social band
Who walk the way to Canaan’s land;
Ye who have fled from Sodom’s plain,
Say do you wish to turn again?
O have you ventured to the field,
Well armed with helmet, sword and shield?
And shall the world, with dread alarms,
Compel you now to ground your arms?

Text Information
First Line: Say, now ye lovely social band
Title: Clamanda
Publication Date: 1991
Meter: L. M. D.
Source: Collection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs, 1814
Tune Information
Name: CLAMANDA
Meter: L. M. D.
Key: e minor



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