147. All Things Bright and Beautiful

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Refrain:
All things bright and beautiful,
all creatures great and small,
all things wise and wonderful:
the Lord God made them all.

1. Each little flower that opens,
each little bird that sings,
God made their glowing colors,
and made their tiny wings.
(Refrain)

2. The purple-headed mountains,
the river running by,
the sunset and the morning
that brightens up the sky.
(Refrain)

3. The cold wind in the winter,
the pleasant summer sun,
the ripe fruits in the garden:
God made them every one.
(Refrain)

4. God gave us eyes to see them,
and lips that we might tell
how great is God Almighty,
who has made all things well.
(Refrain)

Text Information
First Line: Each little flower that opens
Title: All Things Bright and Beautiful
Author: Cecil Frances Alexander (1848)
Refrain First Line: All things bright and beautiful
Meter: 76.76 with Refrain
Language: English
Publication Date: 1989
Scripture:
Topic: The Glory of the Triune God: Creation; Adoration and Praise; Children's Choir Selections (4 more...)
Tune Information
Name: ROYAL OAK
Arranger: Martin Shaw (1915)
Meter: 76.76 with Refrain
Key: G Major
Source: 17th cent. English melody



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