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sarahdalton77: Added a new video: "How Can I Keep from Singing by Robert Wadsworth Lowry"

martisch: My life flows on in endless song; Above earth's lamentation, I hear the sweet, though far-off hymn That hails a new creation Through all the tumult and the strife, I hear that music ringing It finds an echo in my soul How can I keep from singing? (Robert Wadsworth Lowry)

BhuvanaRajany: "How Can I Keep From Singing?" is an American folk song originally composed as a Christian hymn by American Baptist minister Robert Wadsworth Lowry. The song is frequently, though erroneously, cited as a traditional Quaker or Shaker hymn.

harshalbot: Shall we gather at the river Where bright angel feet have trod, With its crystal tide gor ever flowing By the throne of god? - Robert Wadsworth Lowry

gregowalogist: Didn't know how much I needed to hear Trappist monks singing "How Can I Keep from Singing?" this evening but 'twas good for the soul. The hymn was written by American Baptist Robert Wadsworth Lowry in the 19th century but was picked up by Pete Seeger in the 1950s and 60s...

stevenwhite28: My life flows on in endless song; Above earth's lamentation, I hear the sweet, tho' far-off hymn That hails a new creation; Thro' all the tumult and the strife I hear the music ringing; It finds an echo in my soul— How can I keep from singing? (Robert Wadsworth Lowry, 1868)

mymusicplace: Camilla Kerslake released her version of "How Can I Keep From Singing?" in 2009. "How Can I Keep from Singing?" is...

mmjkmusic: 'How Can I Keep From Singing' is a Christian hymn, originally written by Baptist Minister Robert Wadsworth Lowry....



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