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Folk Song

X:1 T:Jerusalem C:William Blake, c. 1804 C:|Charles Hubert Hastings Parry (1848-1918)

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L:1/4 M:3/4 K:D z6 | z6 | z6 | z3 D/2 F/2 A/2 | w:And did those B3/2 d/2 B/2 (A/4G/4) | A2 B/2 A/2 G/2 | A/2 F/2 E D | B,3/2 D/2 F/2 A/2 | w:feet in. an-cient_ time Walk up-on Eng-lands moun-tains green? And was the B3/2 d/2 c/2 (B/4A/4) | B3/2 B/2 c/2 F/2 | A/2 ^G/2 F E | A3/2 E/2 E/2 F/2 | w:Ho-ly Lamb of_ God oon Eng-lands plea-sant pas-tures seen? And did the G3/2 B/2 A/2 E/2 | G3/2 E/2 G/2 A/2 | B3/2 d/2 ^c/2 A/2 | B3/2 G/2 B/2 d/2 | w:coun-ten-ance div-ine shine forth up-on our clou-ded hills And was Je- e3/2 d/4 c c3/2 B/4 | A3/2 A/2 d/2 B/2 | A3/2 B/4 F E | D2 z | w:ru-sa-lem buil-ded here Among these dark sa-tan-ic mills. W:And did those feet in ancient times Walk upon England's mountain's green? W:And was the holy Lamb of God On England's pleasant pastures seen? W:And did the countenance divine Shine forth upon our clouded hills? W:And was Jerusalem builded here Among those dark satanic mills? W: W:2 W:Bring me my bow of burning gold! Bring me my arrows of desire! W:Bring me my spear! 0 clouds unfold! Bring me my chariot of fire! W:I will not cease from mental fight, Nor shall my sword sleep in my hand W:Till we have built Jerusalem In England's green and pleasant land. % % % % %

					
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