Harp: Hung on the Willows by the Captive Jews
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Remonstrance with the Jews.
... 1 Why on the bending willows hung, Israel ... thy sweetest raptures raise; Let harp and
voice unite their ... the song require: No strangers mock thy captive chain: But ...
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Gregory Laments his Departure under a Threefold Comparison ...
... or to play in a profane country, and hung their harps ... shall have to hang my instrument
on the willows, and the ... The Jews had the harp, and so the word psallein ...
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Psalm 137:2
We hanged our harps on the willows in the middle thereof.
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