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Come, let us sing a new made song

Come, let us sing a new made song

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Come, let us sing a new made song,
a new made song unto the Lord,
let us make a joyful noise,
a joyful noise unto our God,
the rock of our salvation.

Come, let us sing a new made song,
a new made song;
let us make a joyful noise,
a joyful noise unto our God.

Bring hither the timbrel and the pleasant harp,
bring hither the timbrel and the pleasant hapr;
Blow, blow, blow blow the trumpet.
blow the trumpet, blow;

For the lord hath redeemed Jacob
and glorified himself in Israel.
Hallelujah, Hallelujah!
Praise the Lord, Praise the Lord,
O my soul, praise the Lord;
let the heaven rejoice
and let the earth be glad
and praise the Lord.

For his salvation is nigh to them
that fear his holy name.
Hallelujah! Praise the Lord
While angels praise their God above
In mansions of eternal love.

Rise, rise, rise, rise, O earth!
and join their lays,
And sweetly echo, back his praise
and sweetly echo back his praise.

Angels descend on rapt'rous wings,
From seats of bliss in earth below!
Conduct our praise to those bright realms,
Where sweetly anthems flow,
Where sweetly anthems flow.

Let all creation join with angel hosts divine
Strike each harmonious loud resounding string,
And thou great God above
Look down with smiling love,
Accept the feeble tribute which we bring,
Accept the feeble tribute which we bring.

Millions of Angels now with thee,
with thee, Eternal anthems sing
To imitate them here below,
lo! we our hallelujahs bring.
Amen, hallelujah! amen, amen, amen.



Source: The Delights of Harmony; or, Norfolk Compiler: being a new collection of psalm tunes, hymns and anthems with a variety of set pieces, from the most approved American and European authors... #33

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First Line: Come, let us sing a new made song
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Delights of Harmony; or, Norfolk Compiler #33

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