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By night as on my bed I lay

Hymnal: The Psalms Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithfully translated into English Metre #SIII (1773) Hymnal Title: The Psalms Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithfully translated into English Metre Lyrics: [The Church] 1 By night as on my bed I lay, when I awak'd; I sought For the Beloved of my soul; I sought, but found Him not! 2 Now I'll arise, and in the streets, and all broad places round, Him I will seek whom my soul loves: I sought, but had not found. 3 The watchmen, as I went about the city, met with me; Of them I ask'd; HIM whom my soul most loves, O did you see? 4 But 'twas a very little space, that I from them had past, E'er Him whom my soul loves I found, I seiz'd and held him fast. Nor would I let Him go till I had brought Him in to see My mother's house, the chamber too who had conceived me. 5 O daughters of Jerusalem, wake not my Love, nor raise; By roes and hinds of all the fields, I charge you, till He please. [Daughters of Jerusalem] 6 Who's she that from the desart comes, as incense-pillars rise? Perfum'd with myrrh and frankincense, and powders all of spice? 7 Behold the stately bed of rest which is King Solomon's, And round it threescore valiant men, of Isr'els valiant sons. 8 So dreadful to their enemies, all warriours skill'd in fight: Their ready swords girt on their thighs because of fear by night. 9 Of wood of Lebanon the King a stately couch has made: 10 Its pillars are of silver form'd, gold for its bottom laid. Of purple is the canopy, arch'd over all above, For daughters of Jerusalem the midst is spread with love. 11 O Zion's daughters, go ye forth, with rais'd delight behold King Solomon all glorious with his diadem of gold; The crown which on his nuptial day his mother on him plac'd; The day when gladness fills his heart and all around are bless'd. Scripture: Song of Solomon 3 Languages: English
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By night as on my bed I lay

Hymnal: The Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithully translated into English metre #SSIII (1758) Hymnal Title: The Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithully translated into English metre Lyrics: The Church: 1 By night as on my bed I lay, when I awak'd,I sought For the Beloved of my soul; I sought, but found Him not! 2 Now I'll arise, and in the streets, and all broad places round Him I will seek whom my soul loves: I sought, but had not found. 3 The watchmen, as I went about the city, met with me; Of them I ask'd; HIM whom my soul most loves, O did you see? 4 But 'twas a very little space, that I from them had past, E're Him whom my soul loves I found, I seiz'd and held him fast Nor would I let Him go till I had brought Him in to see My mother's house, the chamber too who had conceived me. 5 O daughters of Jerusalem, wake not my Love, nor raise; By roes and hinds of all the fields, I charge you, till He please. Daughters of Jerusalem: 6 Who's she that from the desart comes, as incense-pillars rise? Perfum'd with myrrh and frankincense, and powders all of spice? 7 Behold the stately bed of rest which is King Solomon's, And round it threescore valiant men, of Isra'ls valiant sons, 8 So dreadful to their enemies, all warriours skill'd in fight: Their ready swords girt on their thigh, because of fear by night. 9 Of wood of Lebanon the King a stately couch has made: 10 Its pillars are of silver form'd, gold for its bottom laid. Of purple is the canopy, arch'd over all above, For daughters of Jerusalem the midst ks spread with love. 11 O Zion's daughters, go ye forth, with rais'd delight behold King Solomon all glorious with his diadem of gold. The crown which on his nuptial day his mother on him plac'd; The day when gladness fills his heart and all around are bless'd. Scripture: Song of Solomon 3 Languages: English
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The Song of Songs, which is Solomon's: Chap. III

Hymnal: The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New-Testament #308 (1742) Hymnal Title: The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New-Testament First Line: My soul's love I by night did seek Lyrics: 1 My soul's love I by night did seek,, As I on bed did ly. Although that I for him did seek, Yet find him could not I. 2 Now I'll arise, and in the streets, Broad streets of city round I will him seek whom my soul loves: I sought but not him found. 3 As they about the city went, The watchmen found out me: To whom I said, him whom my soul Doth love, O did you see? 4 It was but as a little space, That I from them had past, But whom my soul did love, I found, And then I held him fast I would not suffer him to go, Till I had brought him in My mother's house, the chamber where Conceived I had been. 5 O daughters of Jerusalem, My love wake not, nor raise, By roes and hinds of field, I you Do charge, until he please. 6 Who's this from desart that ascends, Like smoky pillars tall, Perfum'd with myrrh and frankincense, 'Bove merchant's powders all? 7 Behold his bed magnificent. The which is Solomon's: About it threescore valiant men, Of Isra'ls valiant ones, 8 They all of them do handle swords, They are expert in fight: Each man his sword hath on his thigh, For terror in the night. 9 King Solomon made himself a bed Of wood of Lebanon. 10 It's pillars he of silver made; Gold was its bottom on. Of purple was the covering, The which was spread above, For daughters of Jerusalem, The midst was pav'd with love. 11 Ye daughters who in Sion dwell, Go forth and now behold King Solomon adorned with His diadem of gold. Wherewith on his espousals day His mother him hath crown'd, And in the day wherein his heart With gladness did abound. Scripture: Song of Solomon 3 Languages: English

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