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First Line: God's lark at morning I would be
Last Line: And maybe praise!
Subject(s): Religion; Spring; Theology


God's lark at morning I would be!
I'd set my heart within a tree
Close to His bed and sing to Him
Right merrily
A sunrise hymn.

At night I'd be God's troubadour!
Beneath His starry walls I'd pour
Across the moat such roundelays
He'd love me sure --
And maybe praise!





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