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PSALM 23, by            
First Line: The lord is my herd, nae want sal fa' me
Last Line: Ever syne I' the lord's ain howff, at lang last, sal I mak bydan.


The LORD is my herd, nae want sal fa' me:
2 He louts me to lie amang green howes; he airts me atowre by the lown watirs:

3 He waukens my wa'-gaen saul; he weises me roun, for his ain name's sake,
intil right roddins.

4 Na! tho' I gang thro' the dead-mirk-dail; e'en thar, sal I dread nae
skaithin: for yersel are nar-by me; yer stok an' yer stay haud me baith fu'
cheerie.

5 My buird ye hae hansell'd in face o' my faes; ye hae drookit my heid wi'
oyle; my bicker is fu' an' skailin.

6 E'en sae sal gude guidin an' gude-gree gang wi' me, ilk day o' my livin; an'
ever syne i' the LORD'S ain howff, at lang last, sal I mak bydan.





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