Songbook/All Creatures Of Our God And King

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Hymne – Alternative title: Can­ti­co di frat­re so­le; Song of Bro­ther Sun, Text: Francis of Assisi (*1182 †1226) (origin approx. 1225, publication nearly 400 jears later ); translation into English by William Henry Draper (*1855 †1933) (1919 publ.), arranged by Mjchael 

This so-called Canticle of the Sun is an ode to God's creation that other people will donate consolation.

Guitar Ukulele (gcea)
Crd G.svg Crd Em.svg Crd C.svg Crd D.svg
Bm 2.fret
Crd Barré Am-Typ.svg
Crd Am.svg Crd A.svg  
G Em D C
Uke0232.svg Uke0432.svg Uke2220.svg Uke0003.svg
Am A Bm  
Uke2000.svg Uke2100.svg Uke4222.svg  

All Creatures Of Our God And King[edit | edit source]

mightCapo = 5;

Verse 1
G All creatures of (Em our C) God and D King, '
G Lift up your (Em voice with C) us and D sing: '
G Alle- C lu- Bm ia! Em Alle- A lu- D ia! [1]
G Thou burning Em sun with C golden D beam
G And silver Em moon with C softer D gleam:
C Oh, D praise Em Him! C Oh, D praise Em Him!
G Alle- C lu- Bm ia! Em Alle- A lu- D ia!
C alle- Am - D lu- G ia!
G Thou rushing Em wind that C art so D strong,
G Ye clouds that Em sail in C heav'n a- D long,
G O C praise Bm Him! Em Alle- A lu- D ia!
G Thou rising Em morn, in C praise re- D joice,
G Ye lights of Em evening C find a D voice!
G O flowing Em waters, C pure and D clear,
G Make music Em for your C Lord to D hear,
G O C praise Bm Him! Em Alle- A lu- D ia!
G O fire, so Em master- C ful and D bright,
G Providing Em us with C warmth and D light.
G Dear mother Em earth, who C day by D day
G Unfolds rich Em blessings C on our D way.
G O C praise Bm Him! Em Alle- A lu- D ia!
G The flow'rs and Em fruits that C verdant D grow,
G Let them his Em praise ab- C undant D show.
G And all ye Em men of C tender D heart,
G Forgiving Em others, C take your D part,
G O C sing Bm ye! Em Alle- A lu- D ia!
G Ye who long Em pain and C sorrow D bear,
G Praise God and Em on Him C cast your D care!
G Let all things Em their Cre- C ator D bless,
G And worship Him Em in C humble- D ness,
G O C praise Bm Him! Em Alle- A lu- D ia!
G Praise, praise the Em Father, C praise the D Son,
G And praise the Em Spirit, C Three in D One!

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  1. The chord Bm can be exchange by D-major. With Bm, there is a better quint chain. The chords walk from the Bm the circle of fifth backwards to G-Minor. (Bm Em A D G = IIIm - VIm - II - V - I).