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105. Let all the world in every corner sing

1 Let all the world in every corner sing:
My God and King!
The heavens are not too high,
his praise may thither fly;
the earth is not too low,
his praises there may grow.
Let all the world in every corner sing:
My God and King!

2 Let all the world in every corner sing:
My God and King!
The church with psalms must shout,
no door can keep them out;
but, above all, the heart
must bear the longest part.
Let all the world in every corner sing:
My God and King!

Text Information
First Line: Let all the world in every corner sing
Author: George Herbert, 1593-1633
Meter: 10.4.66.66.10.4
Language: English
Publication Date: 1999
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Adoration and Praise; Anniversary of a Church; Celebration of Faith (6 more...)
Tune Information
Name: LUCKINGTON
Composer: Basil Harwood, 1859-1949
Meter: 10.4.66.66.10.4
Key: D Major
Copyright: Music by permission of the Trustees of the late Dr. Bail Harwood's settlement trust



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