Why dost thou beat so quick, my heart. F. W. Faber. [Prayer.] Published in his Jesus and Mary, &c, 1849, in 12 stanzas of 4 lines and headed, "Sweetness in Prayer." It was also given in his Hymns, 1862. In Martineau's Hymns, &c, 1873, the cento, "Thy home is with the humble, Lord," is composed of stanzas viii., ix., and xii. Sometimes it is given as “Thy home is with the humble soul."
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)
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|Hymns of the Ages: selections from Lyra Catholica, Germanica, Apostolica and Other Sources #d172||Why dost thou beat so quick, my heart||Why dost thou beat so quick, my heart||Frederick W. Faber||1859|
|Lyra Catholica: containing all the hymns of the Roman breviary and missal, with others from various sources. Arranged for every day in the week, and the festivals and saints' days... #454||Why dost thou beat so quick, my heart||Why dost thou beat so quick, my heart||Frederick W. Faber||1851|