Hark my Soul How Everything – Catholic Entrance Hymn for Mass

Hark my Soul How Everything … is one of the Catholic Entrance Hymns for Mass and other liturgical celebrations. Below are the chorus and verses of this hymn.

Hark my Soul How Everything
Hark my Soul How Everything




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1. Hark, my soul, how everything,

Strives to serve our bounteous King,

Each a double tribute pays,

Sings its part, and then obeys.

2. Nature’s chief and sweetest chior,

Him with cheerful notes admire,

Chanting every day their lauds,

While the grove their song applauds.

3. Though their voices lower be,

Streams have too their melody,

Night and day they warbling run,

Never pause, but still sing on.

4. All the flowers that gild the spring,

Hither their still music bring,

If heaven bless them, thankful,

They smell more sweet, and look more gay.

5. Only we can scarce afford,

This short office to our Lord,

We, on whom his bounty flows,

All, things give, and nothing owes.

6. Wake, for shame, my sluggish heart,

Wake, and gladly sing your part,

Learn of birds, and srongs, and flowers,

How to use your noblest powers.

7. Call whole nature to your aid,

Since t’was he who nature made,

Join in one eternal song,

who to one God all belong.

Other Catholic Hymns

Hark my Soul How Everything – Catholic Entrance Hymn for Mass

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