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46. Round the Lord in Glory Seated

1 Round the Lord in glory seated,
cherubim and seraphim
filled his temple, and repeated
each to each th'alternate hymn:

Refrain:
"Lord your glory fills the heaven,
earth is with its fulness stored;
unto you be glory given,
holy, holy, holy Lord!"

2 Heav'n is still with glory ringing,
earth takes up the angels' cry,
"Holy, holy, holy," singing,
"Lord of hosts, the Lord Most High." (Refrain)

3 With his seraph train before him,
with his holy church below,
thus unite we to adore him,
bid we thus our anthem flow: (Refrain)

4 Thus your glorious name confessing,
we adopt your angels' cry,
"Holy, holy, holy," blessing
you, the Lord of Hosts Most High. (Refrain)

Text Information
First Line: Round the Lord in glory seated
Title: Round the Lord in Glory Seated
Compiler: Richard Mant (1837; alt. 1990, mod.)
Refrain First Line: Lord, your glory fills the heaven
Meter: 8.7.8.7.D.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1990
Scripture:
Topic: God: His Holiness; God: Praise of; Heaven: Worship in
Tune Information
Name: SANCTUS (Isalaw)
Composer: John Richards (Isalaw), 1843-1908
Meter: 8.7.8.7.D.
Key: B♭ Major



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