Walking in a garden
Walking in a garden. Hilary Peter Frank Greenwood* (1929-2003).
This hymn was written for Greenwood’s nephews to the tune of ‘Puff, the magic dragon’. It neatly includes three gardens — Eden, Gethsemane, and the Easter garden of the Resurrection. It first appeared in English Praise (1975), and thereafter in MHfT (1980) and thus in A&MNS. It is also found in NEH and RS, and in ICH5 (2000). It is sometimes set to the French song AU CLAIR DE LA LUNE, and also to an Irish tune, DUN ALUINN (‘beautiful refuge’), arranged by Arthur...
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