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:Over the heights the snow lies deep,
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:Sunk is the land in peaceful sleep;
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:Here by the house of God we pray,
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:Lead, Lord, our souls to-day.
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:Shielding, like the silent snow,
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:Fall his mercies here below.
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:Calmly then, like the snow-bound land;
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:Rest we in His protecting hand;
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:Bowing, we wait His mighty will:
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:Lead, Lord, and guide us still.
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Title: Aspiration, Op. 27, No. 4
Composer: Edward Elgar

Number of voices: 4vv Voicing: SATB
Genre: Sacred, Partsongs
Language: English
Instruments: Piano accompaniment given
Published: 1896

Description: No. 4 from "From the Bavarian Highlands"

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Original text and translations

English text

Over the heights the snow lies deep,
Sunk is the land in peaceful sleep;
Here by the house of God we pray,
Lead, Lord, our souls to-day.
Shielding, like the silent snow,
Fall his mercies here below.
Calmly then, like the snow-bound land;
Rest we in His protecting hand;
Bowing, we wait His mighty will:
Lead, Lord, and guide us still.