"Hymn" as written by Christopher Thomas Allen, Warren Reginald Cann, William Currie and Midge Ure....
Ladies and Gentlemen,
We would like to show you
how to make an hit record

First, we start with the sequencer
And now we present the hi-hats
These are the percussion instruments
Now it's time to welcome the bass drum
Let us now hear the sequenced melody

Now it's time to present the main vocals:
Give us this day all that you showed me,
The power and the glory 'til thy kingdom come.

Listen how it sounds, when we pitch them five notes up:
Give us this day all that you showed me,
The power and the glory 'til thy kingdom come.
Give me all the stories you told me,
The faith and the glory 'til thy kingdom come.

And now enjoy the keyboards
Your Music Instructor
Ladies and Gentlemen:
the hit-record

Give us this day all that you showed me,
The power and the glory 'til thy kingdom come.
Give me all the stories you told me,
The faith and the glory 'til thy kingdom come.

And now all together
Give us this day all that you showed me,
The power and the glory til thy kingdom come.
Give me all the stories you told me,
The faith and the glory til thy kingdom come.

Now we come to the end.
Stay cool and enjoy the record
Your Music Instructor


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"Hymn" as written by Richard Melville Hall

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