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Hark, the bells of Easter morning

Hark, the bells of Easter morning

Tune: [Hark the bells of Easter morning] (33654)
Published in 2 hymnals

Full Text

1 Hark, the bells of Easter morning,
Ringing out their message clear;
"Christ is risen, Christ is risen,"
Sound their message far and near.

2 Listen, children, to their story,
Joyfully they seem to day,
"Christ the Savior rose in glory,"
On this holy Easter day.

Source: Children's Hymnal #190

Text Information

First Line: Hark, the bells of Easter morning

Timeline

Instances

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Children's Hymnal #190Text
Primary and Junior Songs for the Sunday School #d15
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