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Sing it, right where you are!

Discussion in 'Music' started by Lee, Feb 11, 2011.

  1. Lee

    Lee Principalities

    Immaculate Mary

    Immaculate Mary,
    your praises we sing.
    You reign now in Heaven
    with Jesus our King.
    Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria! Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria!

    In Heaven the blessed
    your glory proclaim;
    On earth we your children
    invoke your sweet name.
    Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria! Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria!

    We pray for our Mother,
    the Church upon earth,
    And bless, Holy Mary,
    the land of our birth.
    Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria! Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria!

    We pray you, O Mother,
    may God's will be done
    We pray for His glory,
    may his Kingdom come.
    Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria! Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria!

    Lourdes Hymn
    Immaculate Mary
  2. MomsCalling

    MomsCalling Principalities

    LOL - I fine myself singing this alot! It is the Mary song of my childhoood. And I love the different infkections I learned in Medjugorje, So I can sing it their way when I'm feeling like mixing it up! If some of you don't know what I mean, they emphasize the "VE", insted of the "AV", and they emphasixe the "A" in Maria, instead of the "I" that w do. Changes the whole sound of the song. Try it for fun!
  3. padraig

    padraig New Member

    You kn0ow I was waliing round work singing this today smiling, I love this song...and as I did so I had the starlting thought that I was happier than I had ever been before in my entire life.

    So does Mary bless her children on their feasts, Who could sing this hymn without joy?
  4. jmj

    jmj New Member

    This is one of my favorite songs about Mary! Bring back so many memories, too. I can remember my mom singing it to me when I couldn't sleep or when I was sick. Such consolation! And I'm doing the same for my daughter.
  5. padraig

    padraig New Member

    This old Basque hymn is one of my favourites:


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