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O sing unto the Lord a new song, O sing unto the Lord a new song

O sing unto the Lord a new song, O sing unto the Lord a new song

Tune: [O sing unto the Lord a new song]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

O sing unto the Lord a new song.
O sing unto the lord a new song,
sing, sing unto the Lord all the whole earth,
sing, sing, sing,
sing unto the Lord and praise his name;
be telling his salvation from day to day.
Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness,
in the beauty, the beauty of holiness;
let all the earth stand in awe of him,
Let the heavens rejoice,
let the heavens rejoice and the earth be glad;
let the sea make a noise and all that therein is;
let the field be joyful and all that is in it.
Then shall the trees rejoice before the Lord.
Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah.

Source: Urania: or a choice collection of psalm-tunes, anthems, and hymns, from the most approv'd authors, with some entirely new; in two, three, and four parts... #111

Text Information

First Line: O sing unto the Lord a new song, O sing unto the Lord a new song



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The Palm #310

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Urania #111

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