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Let us sing, the angels sing

Let us sing, the angels sing

Author: C. B. Taylor
Tune: LOWESTOFT
Published in 7 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Let us sing! The Angels sing,
High above the cloudless sky,
Where they see their Heav'nly King,
In His holy majesty.

2 Let us sing! the children sang,
When to Sion Jesus rode;
And the stately temple rang
With hosannas to their God.

3 Let us sing! rejoice, rejoice!
Jesus listens while we sing,
Jesus loves an infant's voice,
And the praises children bring.

4 Let us sing our hymns below!
Sing at morn, at noon, at even,
Till, though Jesus Christ, we go,
Sweeter songs to sing in heaven.

Amen.

Source: Voices of Praise: for school and church and home #299

Author: C. B. Taylor

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Text Information

First Line: Let us sing, the angels sing
Author: C. B. Taylor
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 7 of 7)
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A Hymnal and Service Book for Sunday Schools, Day Schools, Guilds, Brotherhoods, etc. #293

Hymns and Tunes for Children of the Church #d109

Little Children's Book #d56

Little Children's Book #d56

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Sunday School Service Book and Hymnal #3

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The Sunday-School Hymnal and Service Book (Ed. A) #539

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Voices of Praise #299

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