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Sing, Sing, Praise and Sing

Representative Text

Refrain:
Sing, sing, praise and sing!
Honor God for ev'rything.
Sing to God and let it ring.
Sing and praise and sing.

1 Clap your hands, lift your voice,
Praise our God and rejoice! [Refrain]

2 Full of joy, full of rest,
Through our God, we are blessed. [Refrain]

3 Cymbal, harp, violin,
Tambourine, all join in. [Refrain]

Source: Singing Our Faith: a hymnal for young Catholics #159

Author: Elizabeth Syre

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Text Information

First Line: Clap your hands, lift your voice
Title: Sing, Sing, Praise and Sing
Author: Elizabeth Syre
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Sing, sing, praise and sing!
Publication Date: 1979
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1979.

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Sing and Rejoice! #146

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Singing Our Faith #159

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