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Let All the Earth Cry Out to the Lord

Representative Text

Refrain:
Let all the earth cry out to the Lord,
cry out to the Lord with joy!

1 Sing to the Lord, all you on earth,
sing praise to the grandeur of God;
proclaim his glorious name! [Refrain]

2 Let the whole world worship and sing,
acclaiming his wonderful deeds;
the might of God is at hand! [Refrain]

3 Hearken now, all you who trust in the Lord,
Our God has done great things for us,
answered our prayers with his kindness! [Refrain]

Source: Catholic Book of Worship III #589

Adapter: The Grail

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Text Information

First Line: Sing to the Lord, all you on earth
Title: Let All the Earth Cry Out to the Lord
Adapter: The Grail
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Let all the earth cry out to the Lord

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Catholic Book of Worship III #589

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