Great song for Maundy Thursday

Saw this song posted on Glen Scrivener’s blog today.   This is his version, which he says is “ropey.”  I have no idea what that means…need to work on my British slang.   In any case, I think it’s great.  The words are by Christopher Idle, and the tune is Kelvingrove (traditional Scottish).

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