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[The city is alive, O God]

[The city is alive, O God]

Composer: Eric H. Thiman (1923)
Published in 1 hymnal


Composer: Eric H. Thiman

b. 9-12-1900, Ashford, Kent, d. 2-13-75, London; music educator, organist, and composer Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [The city is alive, O God]
Composer: Eric H. Thiman (1923)
Key: C Major
Copyright: Music © Novello & Co., Ltd., 8/9 Frith Street, London

Texts

The City Is Alive, O God

The city is alive, O God,
with sound of hustling feet,
with rapid change and flashing lights
that pulse through every street;
but oft there's inhumanity
behind the bright facade,
and throngs with empty, hungering hearts
cry out for help, O God.

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