Alleluia (Hallejujah) Praise ye the Lord

This is a short praise chorus:  It may be based on a Wesleyan hymn.

The author and composer are unknown.

The song is most commonly used as a children's hymn:  Due to the particularly simple nature of the tune, it is good for teaching young children to sing together and to link song-words with actions.

The first word may be pronounced either "hallelujah" or "alleluia", and sometimes the second phrase is sung as "praised be the Lord".


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Examples

Children's choir with backing band:


Children's choir with piano - showing hand aactions:


Adult singers with backing track:


Lyrics

Allelu, allelu, allelu, alleluia
Praise ye the Lord.
Allelu, allelu, allelu, alleluia
Praise ye the Lord.

Praise ye the Lord, alleluia,
Praise ye the Lord, alleluia,
Praise ye the Lord, alleluia,
Praise ye the Lord.

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