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548. Easter flowers are blooming bright

1 Easter flowers are blooming bright,
Easter skies pour radiant light:
Christ our Lord is risen in might,
Glory in the highest!

2 Angels caroled this sweet lay,
When in manger rude He lay;
Once more cast grief away,
Glory in the highest!

3 He, then born to grief and pain,
Now to glory born again,
Calleth forth our gladdest strain,
Glory in the highest!

4 As He riseth, rise we too,
Tune we heart and voice anew,
Offering homage glad and true,
Glory in the highest.

Amen.

Text Information
First Line: Easter flowers are blooming bright
Author: Mary A. Nicholson (1875)
Language: English
Publication Date: 1917
Topic: Hymns for Children
Tune Information
Name: IN EXCELSIS GLORIA
Composer: Frederick A. G. Ouseley (1881)
Meter: 7 7 7, 6
Key: D Major



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