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67. We, Thy People, Praise Thee

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We, thy people, praise thee, praise thee, God of every nation!
We, thy people, praise thee, praise thee, Lord of Hosts eternal!

1 Days of wonder, days of beauty, days of rapture filled with light
tell thy goodness, tell thy mercies, tell thy glorious might.
We, thy people, praise thee, praise thee, praise thee evermore!

2 For thy blessings, for thy bounty, joyful songs to thee we sing,
songs of glory, songs of triumph to our God and King.
We, thy people, praise thee, praise thee, praise thee evermore!

Text Information
First Line: We thy people praise thee, praise thee
Title: We, Thy People, Praise Thee
Author: Kate Stearns Page (1932)
Refrain First Line: We, thy people, praise thee
Meter: Irregular
Language: English
Publication Date: 1989
Topic: The Glory of the Triune God: Praise and Thanksgiving; Adoration and Praise; Joy (2 more...)
Tune Information
Name: ST. ANTHONY CHORALE
Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn (ca. 1780)
Arranger: Edith Lovell Thomas (1935, alt.)
Meter: Irregular
Key: G Major
Copyright: Arr. © renewed 1963 Abingdon Press



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