Edition notes: From William Mundy: Latin Antiphons and Psalms, ed. Frank Ll. Harrison; vol. 2 of Early English Church Music, British Academy, Stainer & Bell, London, 1963. Notation here is a major third higher than the original with time values halved. Translation adapted from R.S.V. Text underlay and the tenor part (Mundy's is not extant) by John Hetland and The Renaissance Street Singers.
Adhaesit pavimento anima mea;
vivifica me secundum verbum tuum.
Vias meas enuntiavi;
et exaudisti me.
Doce me justificationes tuas.
Viam justificationum tuarum instrue me;
et exercebor in mirabilibus tuis.
Dormitavit anima mea prae taedio;
confirma me in verbis tuis.
Viam iniquitatis amove a me,
et de lege tua miserere mei.
Viam veritatis elegi,
judicia tua non sum oblitus.
Adhaesi testimoniis tuis, Domine;
noli me confundere.
Viam mandatorum tuorum cucurri,
cum dilatasti cor meum.
My soul has cleaved to the dust;
revive me according to your word!
I told of my ways,
and you heard me;
teach me your statutes!
Instruct me in the way of your precepts,
and I will meditate on your wondrous works.
My soul has melted away for sorrow;
strengthen me according to your word!
Put false ways far from me;
and by your law have mercy on me.
I have chosen the way of truth,
I have not neglected your ordinances.
I have cleaved to your testimonies, O Lord;
let me not be put to shame!
I have run in the way of your commandments,
for you have enlarged my understanding!