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528. Sing of Mary, Meek and Lowly

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1 Sing of Mary meek and lowly,
Virgin-mother pure and mild,
Sing of God's own Son most holy,
Who became her little child.
Fairest child of fairest mother,
God the Lord who came to earth,
Word made flesh, our very brother,
Takes our nature by his birth.

2 Sing of Jesus, son of Mary,
In the home at Nazareth.
Toil and labor cannot weary
Love enduring unto death.
Constant was the love he gave her,
Though he went forth from her side,
Forth to preach, and heal, and suffer,
Till on Calvary he died.

3 Glory be to God the Father;
Glory be to God the Son;
Glory be to God the Spirit;
Glory to the Three in One.
From the heart of blessed Mary,
From all saints the song ascends,
And the Church the strain reechoes
Unto earth's remotest ends.

Text Information
First Line: Sing of Mary meek and lowly
Title: Sing of Mary, Meek and Lowly
Author: Roland F. Palmer, 1891-1985
Meter: 8 7 8 7 D
Language: English
Publication Date: 1996
Scripture: ;
Topic: Blessed Virgin Mary; Family Life; Holy Family (3 more...)
Tune Information
Name: PLEADING SAVIOR
Harmonizer: Richard Proulx, b. 1937
Meter: 8 7 8 7 D
Key: E♭ Major
Source: Christian Lyre, 1830
Copyright: Harm. © 1986, GIA Publications, Inc.



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