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40. Let the Whole Creation Cry

1 Let the whole creation cry: Alleluia!
"Glory to the Lord on high!" Alleluia!
Heaven and earth, awake and sing, Alleluia!
God is God and therefore King! Alleluia!

2 Praise him, all ye hosts above, Alleluia!
ever bright and fair in love! Alleluia!
Sun and moon, lift up your voice; Alleluia!
night and stars, in God rejoice, Alleluia!

3 Warriors fighting for the Lord, Alleluia!
prophets burning with his Word, Alleluia!
those to whom the arts belong, Alleluia!
add their voices to the song, Alleluia!

4 Men and women, young and old, Alleluia!
raise the anthem manifold, Alleluia!
and let children’s happy hearts, Alleluia!
in this worship bear their parts: Alleluia!

Text Information
First Line: Let the whole creation cry
Title: Let the Whole Creation Cry
Paraphraser: Stopford A. Brooke (1881)
Publication Date: 1990
Meter: 7.7.7.7.Alleluias
Scripture:
Topic: Cosmos; Processional Hymns
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: LLANFAIR
Composer: Robert Williams (1817)
Arranger: John Roberts (1837)
Meter: 7.7.7.7.Alleluias
Key: F Major



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