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God Bless Our Native Land

God bless our native land, With righteous might we'll stand

Author: Wellington Alexander Adams
Tune: NATIONAL ODE
Published in 2 hymnals

Full Text

1 God bless our native land,
With righteous might we'll stand;
Lift high our banner now unfurled,
In "Peace" with all the world.

2 God keep us through the year,
Thy Providence make clear,
Through all the coming storms and rains,
Till sunshine comes again.

3 God bless us through the year,
Our homes and friend so dear;
Pour out upon us from above
Thy mercy, Lord, Thy love.

Amen.


Source: African American Heritage Hymnal #608

Author: Wellington Alexander Adams

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Text Information

First Line: God bless our native land, With righteous might we'll stand
Title: God Bless Our Native Land
Author: Wellington Alexander Adams
Meter: 6.6.8.6
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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