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Rare Hymns - I've Found a Friend - Arthur Sullivan 1842-1900

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Published on Apr 12, 2013

Please excuse the obscene watermark across my face,LOL! Had a heck of a time trying to edit this together and convert it...WHY do I love hymns? They're so old so people might wonder... Well, it's because the words describe SO MUCH and are usually profound and touching, chuck full of scriptural ideas and concepts, unlike the "2 sentence repeats" of lots of songs today....For example, If you listen towards the end, you'll hear Romans 8: 38 - 39 crammed into one phrase, whow!! cooool!

Info I mentioned to find this song and play it:

1. Piano or Organ "CODE" ( I guess?) for the melody is 87.87D This is a universal code used within hymnals to know the melody.

2. Hymn #195 in the Psalms & Hymns of Reformed Worship, published by Wakeman Trust UK
2a ;) Lyrics by James Small (1863) :
http://library.timelesstruths.org/mus...

3. The song can be seen (sheet music) here:
http://books.google.com/books?id=pWwH...

IF THIS link doesn't jump to page 235, then type "To Thee O Lord Our Hearts We Raise" which is apparently the other title it goes by in some countries... (But in the UK, this melody is used for I've Found a Friend...yea, kinda confusing)

5. Banner of Truth might sell this hymn book:
http://www.banneroftruth.org/pages/co...

Ok, write if you want the chords I played or have questions, God Bless you!!!!!

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