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O Sacred Head, Now Wounded. Words by Paul Gerhardt, based on a Medieval Latin poem; tr. James W. Alexander Music by Hans Leo Hassler; harm. Johann Sebastian Bach Words and Music public domain. 231.

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o sacred head now wounded

O Sacred Head, Now Wounded

Words by Paul Gerhardt, based on a Medieval Latin poem;

tr. James W. Alexander

Music by Hans Leo Hassler; harm. Johann Sebastian Bach

Words and Music public domain

231

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O sacred Head, now woundedWith grief and shame weighed downNow scornfully surroundedWith thorns, Thine only crown
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How pale Thou art with anguishWith sore abuse and scornHow does that visage languishWhich once was bright as morn
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What Thou, my Lord, hast sufferedWas all for sinners’ gainMine, mine was the transgressionBut Thine the deadly pain
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Lo, here I fall, my Savior’Tis I deserve Thy placeLook on me with Thy favorVouchsafe me to Thy grace
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What language shall I borrowTo thank Thee, dearest FriendFor this, Thy dying sorrowThy pity without end