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By the Babylonian waters We sat down and shed our tears

By the Babylonian waters We sat down and shed our tears

Author: Wesley Milgate
Tune: KAS DZIEDAJA
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Author: Wesley Milgate

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Text Information

First Line: By the Babylonian waters We sat down and shed our tears
Author: Wesley Milgate
Meter: 8.7.8.7
Language: English
Publication Date: 1999
Copyright: © Australian Hymn Book Co.

Tune

KAS DZIEDAJA

CAPTIVITY is a traditional Latvian folk tune; it is also known as KAS DZIEDAJA from the Latvian poem associated with the tune. The title CAPTIVITY is derived from its more recent use (especially in post-Vatican II Roman Catholicism) with Ewald Bash's paraphrase of Psalm 137, which begins "By the Bab…

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Together in Song: Australian hymn book II #85
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