BURTON BRADSTOCK

The man is blest who fears the Lord
Nor only worship pays, nor only worship pays
But keeps his steps confined with care
To his appointed ways
But keeps his steps confined with care
To his appointed ways, to his appointed ways.

His wife, like a fair fertile vine,
Her lovely fruit shall bring; her lovely fruit shall bring
His children, like young olive plants
About his table spring
His children, like young olive plants
About his table spring; about his table spring.

To Father, Son and Holy Ghost
The God whom we adore, the God whom we adore
Be glory as it was, is now and shall be evermore,
Be glory as it was, is now
and shall be evermore; and shall be evermore.

Anon, transcribed by Rollo Woods (1981)