O Thou from whom all goodness flows (Thomas Haweis)
- Editor: Barry Johnston (submitted 2018-12-10). Score information: 7 x 10 inches (landscape), 1 page, 49 kB Copyright: Public Domain
- Edition notes: Note shapes added (4-shape). Accompaniment omitted. All five stanzas from 1791 included.
- Editor: Tim Henderson (submitted 2006-01-27). Score information: A4, 1 page, 76 kB Copyright: CPDL
- Edition notes: from Carmina Christo - This was the forerunner of the hymn tune "Richmond"
First published: 1791 in Carmina Christo, or Hymns to the Savior, no. 4, p. 6
Description: This tune, originally titled Hymn 4 by Haweis, has had many names, including Aldwinkle, Calvary, Dying Thief, Haweis, Horsheath, Madeley, Mamre, Mount Calvary, Penitence, Remember Me, Richmond, and Salisbury. Words by an unknown author, first published with the music in 1791. With a symphony between verses from Benjamin Jacob's National Psalmody.
Original text and translations
O thou, from whom all goodness flows,
I lift my heart to thee;
In all my sorrows, conflicts, woes,
Dear Lord, remember me.
When groaning on my burden’d heart
My sins lie heavily,
My pardon speak, new peace impart
In Love remember me.
Temptations sore obstruct my way,
And ills I cannot flee:
O give me strength Lord as my day
For good remember me.
If, on my face, for thy dear name
Shame and reproaches be,
All hail reproach and welcome shame
If thou remember me.
The hour is near, consign’d to death,
I own the just decree,
Saviour, with my last parting breath,
I’ll cry remember me.