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37. We, Your People, Praise You

1 We, your people, praise you, praise you, God of every nation!
We, your people, praise you, praise you, Lord of hosts eternal!
Days of wonder, days of beauty, days of rapture, filled with light,
tell your goodness, tell your mercies, tell your glorious might.
We, your people, praise you, praise you, praise you evermore!

2 We, your people, praise you, praise you, God of every nation!
We, your people, praise you, praise you, Lord of hosts eternal!
For your blessings, for your bounty, joyful songs to you we sing,
songs of glory, songs of triumph to our God and King.
We, your people, praise you, praise you, praise you evermore!

Text Information
First Line: We, your people, praise you
Title: We, Your People, Praise You
Author: Kate Stearns Page (1932; alt.)
Publication Date: 1990
Meter: Irregular
Scripture: Psalm 100:3; 1 Peter 2:10
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: ST. ANTHONY'S CHORALE
Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn (1780)
Arranger: Edith Lovell Thomas (1935)
Adapter: Gary Alan Smith (1990)
Meter: Irregular
Key: G Major
Copyright: Arr. © renewal 1963 Abingdon Press; Adapt. © 1990 The United Methodist Publishing House



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