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Hymn #247 - O Sacred Head Now Wounded (Click for full screen display)
Arnuf von Loewen | Bernard of Clairvaux | Hans Leo Hassler | Henry Williams Baker | James Waddell | James Waddell Alexander | Paul Gerhardt | Robert Seymour Bridges | Travis Cottrell

Default Presentation Order #V1 V2 V3 -
[V1]
    F                G   C
 O sacred Head, now wound-ed,
 E/B  Am         E          Am
 With grief and shame bow'd down,||
     F               G   C
 Now scornfully sur-round-ed
 E/B  Am            E    Am
 with thorns, Thine only crown.||
   Dm     G         F/C  C
 O sacred Head, what glo-ry,
      F         Dm        A
 What bliss till now was Thine! ||
 D/F#  G        C         D  G
 Yet, though despised and gor-y,
 C  F      G         C
 I joy to call Thee mine.
 
 
[V2]
      F                  G   C
 What thou, my Lord, has suf-fered 
 E/B  Am      E       Am
 was all for sinner's gain: ||
       F                   G   C
 Mine, mine was the trans-gres-sion,
 E/B  Am        E     Am
 but thine the deadly pain.||
    Dm      G       F/C  C
 Lo, here I fall, my Sav-ior!
     F     Dm        A
 'Tis I de-serve thy place; ||
 D/F# G    C        D  G
 look on me with thy fa-vor,
  C    F       G        C
 vouch-safe to me thy grace
 
 
[V3]
       F               G   C
 What language shall I bor-row
 E/B  Am         E       Am
 to thank thee, dearest Friend.||
     F               G   C
 For this, thy dying sor-row
 E/B  Am    E     Am
 thy pity without end?||
   Dm      G        F/C  C
 O make me thine for-ev-er;
      F       Dm       A
 and should I fainting be,||
 D/F#  G       C     D  G
 Lord, let me never, ne-ver
 C  F      G         C
 out-live my love to thee. 

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