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JULIAN OF NORWICH
(Sydney Carter)

(G) G - G C G / G - G C G

Loud are the bells of Norwich and the people come and go.
Here by the tower of Julian, I tell them what I know.

C G D - / G C D G

Ring out, bells of Norwich, and let the winter come and go
All shell be well again, I know.

Love, like the yellow daffodil, is coming through the snow.
Love, like the yellow daffodil, is Lord of all I know.

CHORUS

Ring for the yellow daffodil, the flower in the snow.
Ring for the yellow daffodil, and tell them what I know.

CHORUS

All shall be well, I`m telling you, let the winter come and go
All shall be well again, I know.

Loud are the bells of Norwich and the people come and go.
Here by the tower of Julian, I tell them what I know.

CHORUS

All shall be well, I`m telling you, let the winter come and go
All shall be well again, I know.

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By Sydney Carter
Copyright Stainer & Bell, Ltd.
On `All Shall Be Well Again`, FSI-96
According to Carter, Julian lived at about the time of Chaucer,
in a cell (she was a hermit and a mystic) in what is now the
Chapel of Julian in Norwich, England. According to my differing
sources, Julian spoke to her God in a vision, asking why evil was
necessary in the world. The answer she got wat that it was
indeed necessary, but that `All will be well; all manner of
things shall be well.` (Loosely remembered.) That, then, became
her message, and she apparently brought peace to the troubles of
her area at one time by repeating that message.

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