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Text In the days of our lady

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Many man have come…
Riding on lies and fame.
You came riding in the master’s courtyard…
On truth as your guide and leader.
You’ve come to set our lady at rest.

Dignity she calls her sister.
Truth he calls his adviser.
His words are fleeting…
But his action is written in stone.

Hand in hand he walks truth down the aisle.
They’re forever one.
Truth and dignity…

And we have come together on the 4th night…
To bring together the unity of two unwavering couple.
That we pray they may walk forever in the way of the Lord.
Set on high this union is both perfect and just.
Who shall speak ill of two perfect celestial bodies coming together as one.
If anyone shall do so…speak up less forever hold your peace.

The days of our Lord and lady forever remembered.
Every scribe be he of the court of the most high or the court of our lady on earth.
Although all the court be His…most high.
Will forever re-counter this day to our off-springs.

The day when truth and dignity was unity…
In the days of our Lord and Lady.
Though many man have come before him…
They are forever in perfect union..
 
Loyal
This is interesting. I rarely hear the church called "our lady". Usually I hear it simply referred to as the bride, or perhaps the church. "Our Lady" usually has more negative associations with the term due to the Roman Catholic church calling Mary "our lady" of this and that.
 
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This is interesting. I rarely hear the church called "our lady". Usually I hear it simply referred to as the bride, or perhaps the church. "Our Lady" usually has more negative associations with the term due to the Roman Catholic church calling Mary "our lady" of this and that.
Ah yes I'm aware of that
 

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