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Hear, hear, on ye we call,
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O joys, O high delights,
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Ye sounds, ye sweetest sights,
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We need, we need ye all,
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Thou grief, thou care be dumb
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Doth not my Lady come.
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Ope, ope ye dreaming blooms,
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Ye vernal stars appear,
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All charmèd airs be near,
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Rise, rise ye faint perfumes,
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Thou grief, thou care be dumb
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Doth not my Lady come.}}
  
 
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General Information

Title: Doth not my lady come
Composer: Henry Thomas Smart
Lyricist: William Cox Bennett

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

Language: English
Instruments: Keyboard

First published: 1875 in Novello's Part-Song Book (2nd series), Vol. 4, no. 140

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Original text and translations

English.png English text

Hear, hear, on ye we call,
O joys, O high delights,
Ye sounds, ye sweetest sights,
We need, we need ye all,
Thou grief, thou care be dumb
Doth not my Lady come.

Ope, ope ye dreaming blooms,
Ye vernal stars appear,
All charmèd airs be near,
Rise, rise ye faint perfumes,
Thou grief, thou care be dumb
Doth not my Lady come.