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528. Men and children everywhere

1. Men and children everywhere, with sweet music fill the air!
Nations, come, your voices raise to the Lord in hymns of praise!
Join the angel song, all the worlds to Him belong!
Holy, holy, to our God all glory be!

2. Morning, evening, bless His name, skies with crimson clouds aflame,
Rainbow arch, His covenant sign, countless stars by night that shine!
Through His far domain, Love is King where He doth reign!
Holy, holy, to our God all glory be!

3, Storm and flood and ocean’s roar, breakers crashing on the shore,
Waterfalls that never sleep, towering mountain, canyon deep,
Tell ye forth His might, Lord of life and truth and right!
Holy, holy, to our God all glory be!

Text Information
First Line: Men and children everywhere
Title: Men and children everywhere
Author: John J. Moment
Publication Date: 2009
Scripture: Psalm 97:1
Topic: Praise to God
Source: CW 96
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Holy, holy, to our God all glory be!
Tune Information
Source: Old Ashkenazic Melody

Tune Information:

(the traditional text, Maoz tsur y’shuati, is a Hanukkah hymn)

MIDI file: Maoz Tsur
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