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Text:Kindly Spring Again Is Here
Author (v. 1-3):John Newton
Author (v. 4):Unknown
Composer (attributed to):Johann Friedrich Doles, 1715-1797
Media:MIDI file

3535. Kindly Spring Again Is Here

1. Kindly spring again is here,
Trees and fields in bloom appear;
Hark! the birds with artless lays
Warble their creator’s praise.

2. Where in winter all was snow,
Now the flowers in clusters grow;
And the corn, in green array,
Promises a harvest-day.

3. Lord, afford a spring to me,
Let me feel like what I see;
Speak, and by Thy gracious voice,
Make my drooping soul rejoice.

4. On Thy garden deign to smile,
Raise the plants, enrich the soil;
Soon Thy presence will restore
Life to what seemed dead before.

Text Information
First Line: Kindly spring again is here
Title: Kindly Spring Again Is Here
Author (v. 1-3): John Newton (1779)
Author (v. 4): Unknown
Meter: 77.77
Language: English
Source: Olney Hymns (London: W. Oliver, 1779), verses 1-3 ("Pleasing Spring Again Is Here!)"; This version appeared in The Council Hymn Book, 1905.
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Composer (attributed to): Johann Friedrich Doles, 1715-1797
Meter: 77.77
Incipit: 12345 65431 76567
Key: D Major
Copyright: Public Domain

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