O Dearest Mother of Mercy

Composer: Anonymous (s.a.), publ. 1906


 

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X X     Anonymous   1900   Hail Virgin, dearest Mary (May Hymn) - solo + choir NS
X X     Anonymous   1906   O Dearest Mother of Mercy NS

Lyrics:

Chorus:
O dear-est Mo-ther of mer-cy,
Gen-tle and ho-_ ly Queen,
Beau-_ ty bright and _ se-rene,
O may we one day in glo-ry,
Bless-ed Mo-ther _ of grace,
Be-hold thy most _ sweet face,
Be-hold thy most sweet face.
Solo:
1. All Hail! our ad-mi-ra-ble Mo-_ ther,
Let an-gels and men sing her praise,
None af-ter Je-_sus is _ a-bove _ her,
For her _ should be the sweet-_ est lays.  Chorus
 

Chorus

Chorus

Score:  1906 St-Basil's hymnal

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