Thou art the King of Israel, thou David's royal Son, who in the Lord's name comest, the King and blessed One! All glory, laud, and honor To You, Redeemer, King, To Whom the lips of children Made sweet hosannas ring. All glory, laud and honor, D G. To Thee, Redeemer, King, G .

Honor: high respect and esteem. D G. Made sweet hosannas ring.

To thee, Redeemer, King, To whom the lips of children. Thou art the King of Israel, thou David's royal Son, who in the Lord's name comest, the King and Blessed One.

All glory, laud and honor, To Thee, Redeemer, King, To Whom the lips of children Made sweet hosannas ring. All glory, laud, and honor To you, Redeemer King! 2. All glory, laud, and honor, to thee, Redeemer, King, to whom the lips of children made sweet hosannas ring. All glory, laud, and honor, to thee, Redeemer, King, to whom the lips of children made sweet hosannas ring. You are the King of Israel, And David's royal Son, Now in the Lord's Name coming, Our King and Blessed One.2. (Refrain) 3. It is a Palm Sunday hymn, based on Matthew 21:1–11 and the occasion of Christ's triumphal entry into Jerusalem. Glory: an enthusiastic expression of worship and praise. To Whom the lips of children. The company of angels Is praising You on high; And we with all creation In chorus make reply. "All Glory, Laud and Honour", is an English translation by the Anglican clergyman John Mason Neale of the Latin hymn "Gloria, laus et honor", which was written by Theodulf of Orléans in 820. To whom the lips of children Made sweet hosannas ring.

[Refrain] 2. The people of the Hebrews

Thou art the King of Israel, Thou David’s royal Son, Who in the Lord’s name comest, The King and Blessed One. [Refrain] 3. Who in the Lord’s Name comest, The company of angels are praising thee on high, and we with all creation in chorus make reply.

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The company of angels. 1. [Verse 2] G D A7 D Thou art th Laud: extreme high praise used for a person of unmatched achievement in a public context.

(Refrain) 2. Thou art the King of Israel, thou David's royal Son, who in the Lord's name comest, the King and Blessed One. 1. Created make reply. 1. You are the King of Israel and David’s royal Son, Now in the Lord’s name coming, The King and Blessed One. The company of angels are praising thee on high, and we with all creation in chorus make reply. G A. Thou art the King of Israel, Em A D. Thou David’s royal Son, G D .

Thou art the King of Israel, thou David's royal Son, who in the Lord's name comest, the King and Blessed One. All glory, laud, and honor. According to the legend the king was so moved that he freed Theodulph and decreed the singing of "All Glory, Laud, and Honor" on all subsequent Palm Sundays.