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Hark My Soul How Everything

Music: Magdalene Lyne


Key: Eb 4/4 CHB. 11
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1. Hark, my soul, how everything 2. Natures chief and sweetest choir


Strives to serve our bounteous King; Him with cheerful notes admire;
Each a double tribute pays, Chanting every day their lauds,
Sings its parts, and then obeys. While the grove their song applauds.

3. Though their voices lower be, 4. All the flowers that gild the spring
Streams have too their melody; Hither their still music bring;
Night and day they warbling run, If heaven bless them, thankful, they
Never pause, but still sing on. Smell more sweet, and look more
gay.

5. Only we can scarce afford 6. Wake! for shame, my sluggish heart,


This short office to our Lord; Wake! and gladly sing your part;
We, on whom His bounty flows, Learn of birds, and springs, and
All things gives, and nothing owes. flowers,
How to use thy noblest powers.

7. Call whole nature to your aid;


Since twas He whole nature made;
Join in one eternal song,
Who to one God all belong.

Typed by Maryvin