By Aldo Thomas Ceresa

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Neasden Lane. S.M.

A G major plain tune in 3/2 time. Composed 2012.

Text from Isaac Watts, 1707.

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This tune was first sung at the London Second Tuesday Singing, which formerly met at St. Mary's Church in Neasden Lane, Willesden in May, 2012. It has been sung in Sussex, Derby, and elsewhere in the UK.


How beauteous are their feet
Who stand on Zion's hill;
Who bring salvation on their tongues,
And words of peace reveal!

How charming is their voice,
So sweet the tidings are:
Zion, behold thy Savior King;
He reigns and triumphs here!

How happy are our ears,
That hear the joyful sound
Which kings and prophets waited for,
And sought, but never found!