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==Original text and translations==
 
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{{NoText}}Let all the world in every corner sing,
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my God and King!
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1 The heavens are not too high,
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God's praise may thither fly;
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the earth is not too low,
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God's praises there may grow.
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Let all the world in every corner sing,
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my God and King!
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2 The church with psalms must shout:
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no door can keep them out.
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But, more than all, the heart
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must bear the longest part.
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Let all the world in every corner sing,
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my God and King!
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George Herbert, 1633
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  • (Posted 2017-01-15)   CPDL #42657:     
Editor: David Cameron (submitted 2017-01-15).   Score information: Letter, 6 pages, 142 kB   Copyright: CC BY NC SA
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Title: Let all the world in every corner sing
Composer: David Cameron
Lyricist: George Herbert

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB
Genre: SacredAnthem

Language: English
Instruments: Organ


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Original text and translations

Text and translations need to be added.   Question.gifLet all the world in every corner sing, my God and King! 1 The heavens are not too high, God's praise may thither fly; the earth is not too low, God's praises there may grow. Let all the world in every corner sing, my God and King! 2 The church with psalms must shout: no door can keep them out. But, more than all, the heart must bear the longest part. Let all the world in every corner sing, my God and King!

George Herbert, 1633