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The glad hosanna

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1 Shout again the glad hosanna,
Shout again the glad hosanna,
Hither all your tributes bring;
Let the swelling anthem ring.

Chorus:
Peace, peace, peace,
For the morning star ascending,
Whispers softly, gently, peace, peace, peace,
Then shout again your glad hosanna,
Shout again your glad hosanna,
Shout again, shout again, shout, shout again!

2 O'er the hills the light is breaking,
Brightly glows the morning star;
And the watching shepherd haileth
Tidings, tidings from afar. [Chorus]

3 Let every one prolong the chorus,
Peace, good-will to men below;
Christ has come, and let the echo
Swell along from shore to shore. [Chorus]

4 Youth and age repeat the story,
God hath set the sinner free;
Unto him be all the glory,
Peal it over land and sea. [Chorus]


Source: The Little Seraph: in seven character notes, for churches and Sunday-schools #152b

Author: Henry Stevenson Washburn

Washburn, Henry S., was born at Providence, Rhode Island, June 10, 1813; spent his boyhood at Kingston, Massachusetts, and was educated at Worcester and Brown University. Subsequently he was a manufacturer at Worcester and Boston. Since 1875 he has been the President of the Union Mutual Life Insurance Co. Mr. Washburn has held some prominent posts, and has been active in public matters. He has written various hymns and songs, the best known of which is:— Let every heart rejoice and sing . National Hymn. This "was written for a celebration in Faneuil Hall, Boston, July 4, 1842, and sung by the Sunday School Children of the city." It was set to music by Garcia, and often subsequently used at home and abroad. The author altered it for The… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Shout again the glad hosanna
Title: The glad hosanna
Author: Henry Stevenson Washburn
Refrain First Line: Peace, peace, peace
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Little Seraph #152b

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The New Baptist Psalmist and Tune Book #T152b

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The New Golden Chain of Sabbath School Melodies #35

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