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Page 1/1 Engraved by Verovio 3.15.0-5abc7c0 O My Je He He Hear To Verse for gra sus! speaks, breaks Him, God a cious the and, the ye all thou mas name lis power deaf; glo sand ter that tening of His ry, tongues and charms to can praise, praise, to my our His celed ye and sing God, fears, voice, sin, dumb, love 4 My As That New He Your be great sist bids life sets loos now Re me our the the ened and deem to sor dead pri tongues e er’s pro rows re soner em ver praise, claim, cease; ceive, free; ploy; given The To ’Tis The His Ye by glo spread mu mourn blood blind, saints ries through sic ful, can be be of all in bro make hold low my the the ken the your and God earth sin hearts foul Sa saints and a ner’s re est vior a king, broad ears, joice, clean, come, bove, 10 The The ’Tis The His And the tri ho life, hum blood leap, Church umphs nors and ble a ye in of of health, poor vailed lame, earth His Thy and be for for and grace! name. peace. lieve. me. joy. heaven. title O for a Thousand Tongues My.Hymnary - O for a Thousand Tongues WORDS: Charles Wesley, 1707-1788 MUSIC (AZMON Carl G. Gläser, 1784-1829; arr. Lowell Mason, 1792-1872
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O for a thousand tongues to sing My dear Redeemer's praise
O for a Thousand Tongues
Charles Wesley (1739)
Spanish translation: See "Quisiera yo con lenguas mil" by M. Candill
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C. G. Gläser (1828)
Lowell Mason
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