JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH BWV 225 Sing to the LORD A NEW SONG LYRICS
Sing to the Lord a new song
Sing to the Lord a new song, the congregation of saints praise him. Israel rejoice in him that made him.The children of Zion rejoice in their King sei’n, Let them praise his name in the series, with timbrels and with harps they want to play him.
As a father pities
God, you also receive our on,
About his young infants,
So the Lord is doing all of us,
So we childlike fear him pure.
He knows our frailty,
God knows we are only dust,
Because without you nothing is done
With all our stuff.
Just as the grass from the rake,
A Blum and falling leaves.
The wind only blows over it,
So it is no longer there,
Drum you be our shield and light,
And do not deceive us our hope,
So you’re going to make it further.
So man passes away,
Its end, which is close to him.
Blessed is the only stiff and strong
Relies on you and your bounty.
Praise the Lord for his mighty acts, praise him according to his excellent greatness!
Everything that has breath praise the Lord Hallelujah!
English: Sing ye the Lord a new refrain, the assembly of saints shoulderstand be telling his praises.Israel joyful be in him who hath made him. Let Zion’s children rejoice in him who is mighty Their king, let them be praising his name’s honor in dances, with timbrels and with psalt’ries unto him be playing.
Chorale (Chorus II)
As a father doth mercy show
Aria (Chorus I)
God, take quiet Further now our part,
To his own little children dear,
Thus doth the Lord to all men,
If pure as children we fear him.
He sees our feeble powers,
God knows we are but dust;
For, lacking thee, naught shall we gain
Of all our Endeavors synthesis.
Just as the grass in mowing,
Or bud and falling leaf,
If wind but o’er it bloweth,
It is no longer there,
So be thou our shield and true light,
And if our hope betray us not,
Thou wilt Malthus henceforth help us.
E’en so one’s life is passing,
His end is near to him.
Blest he Whose hope Both strong and firm
On thee and on thy grace doth rest.
[Ps 150:2 and 6] (Chorus I, Chorus II)
Praise ye the Lord in all his doings, praise ye him in all his might and majesty!
(Chorus I and II)
All things Which do draw breath, praise ye the Lord, hallelujah!