Psalm 6

L.M. (88.88)
Julie Tennent

Tallis' Canon (All Praise to Thee, My God, This Night)


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Rockingham Old


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Hamburg (When I Survey the Wondrous Cross)


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1Lord, in anger don’t rebuke,
In wrath, don’t chide or turn from me.
2Have mercy, Lord, for I am faint,
My very bones in agony.

3Come heal me, Lord, my anguished soul
cries out, “How long, O Lord, how long?”
4Deliver me, and save me, Lord –
Your steadfast love remains my song.

5No one can praise You from the grave,
Nor mention You when they are dead.
6I groan all day, all night I weep;
My tears now drench and flood my bed.

7My eyes grow weak with sorrow and
they fail because of all my foes.
8Depart from me, you evil ones!
The Lord has heard my cries and woes.

9The Lord in mercy heard my cry;
Receives my prayer before His face.
10My enemies will be dismayed,
And turn back, shamed and in disgrace.

Alternate setting with minor tune
S.M. (66.86)
Julie Tennent

1Lord, don’t rebuke in wrath, or turn Your face from me;
2Have mercy, Lord, for I am faint, my bones in agony.

3Lord, my anguished soul, cries out, “How long, how long?”
4Deliver me, and save me, Lord – Your love remains my song.

5None from the grave praise You; remember You when dead.
6I groan all day, all night I weep, my tears do flood my bed.

7My eyes grow weak with grief, they fail because of foes.
8Depart from me, you evil ones! The Lord has heard my woes.

9The Lord has heard my cry, accepts my prayer with grace;
10My enemies will be dismayed, and turned back in disgrace.

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