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Page 6 - Praise him, all ye angels of his : praise him, all his hosts. Praise him, sun and moon : praise him, all ye stars and light.
Page 4 - El for His sanctity : Praise Him for the spreading out of His strength : Praise Him for His great might : Praise Him for the abundance of His greatness : Praise Him with the blast of the horn : Praise Him with harp and lyre. pRAISE Him with timbrel and dance : Praise Him with strings and pipe: Praise Him with sounding cymbals : Praise Him with clashing cymbals : Praise Yah all ye that have breath : Praise Yah!