The Lord descended from above
The Lord descended from above,
And bow'd the Heavens high,
And underneath his Feet he cast
The Darkness of the Sky.
On [Cherubs and on Cherubims]1
Full royally he rode,
And on the Wings of mighty Winds
Came flying all abroad.
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A source from 1739 indicates this is an "antient translation of the Psalms"
1 Dyson: "Cherubim and Seraphim"
Submitted by Harry Joelson
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