Ps. 137 3 "Silenced Be My Tongue"
from "Lord, How Good It Is to Thank You" Responsorial Psalms Vol. 6  by Robert M. Mondoy [32]

Silenced, silenced, silenced be my tongue if ever, if ever I forget you.

1. By the rivers of Babylon we sat weeping, remembering Zion. There, there, there on the poplars we hung our harps.   
2. Our captors shouted for happy songs, for songs, for songs of festival. “Sing, sing!” they cried, “the songs of Zion.”    
3. How could we sing the song of the Lord, our song in a foreign land? Jerusalem forgotten? Whither my hand! Jerusalem forgotten? Silence my voice! If I do not seek you as my greatest joy. 
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