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Joy, joy, immortal joy

Joy, joy, immortal joy

Author: Charles S. Nutter
Tune: EASTER JOY (Lutkin)
Published in 2 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, MusicXML
Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1. Joy, joy, immortal joy!
The Lord is ris’n to reign;
On Easter day, the Scriptures say,
Christ rose to life again.
On Easter day, the Scriptures say,
Christ rose to life again.

2. Joy, deep and living joy!
The stone is rolled away;
The empty tomb has lost its gloom,
The night has turned to day.
The empty tomb hast lost its gloom,
The night has turned to day.

3. Joy, pure and sacred joy!
Let men and angels sing;
Let every voice in song rejoice
To praise our Lord and King.
Let every voice in song rejoice
To praise our Lord and King.

4. Joy, rich and endless joy!
High Heav’n the praise prolong;
Let holy joy all tongues employ
And fill the world with song.
Let holy joy all tongues employ
And fill the world with song.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #3413

Author: Charles S. Nutter

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First Line: Joy, joy, immortal joy
Author: Charles S. Nutter
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #3413
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