La Marseillaise

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God of mercy and justice
See our tyrants, judge our hearts
Thy goodness be with us
Defend us from these oppressors
You reign in heaven and on earth
And before You all must bend
In your arms, come support us
You Great God, Lord of the thunder.

Rarely sung stanza of La Marseillaise

 

 

 

Something for the weekend.   La Marseillaise, sung by New Zealand born opera singer Frances Alda, the toast of New York.  Recorded on June 1, 1917, the week after the US entered World War I, the song was number 22 of the top 40 for the US that year, reflecting the crusade like atmosphere felt by most Americans to save France from the Germans.

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2 Comments

  1. One of the greatest national anthems. I tend to think of France as the First Daughter of Holy Mother Church instead of as the ‘Republic’.

    The great error will someday be corrected.

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