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Whilst many feel depressed because of the restrictions this pandemic brings, Arthur has an antidote as he speaks about the hymn, 'You shall go out with joy', it's Biblical roots and message of hope.

You shall go out with joy
And be let forth with peace,
And the mountains and the hills
shall break forth before you.
There'll be shouts of joy
And the trees of the fields
shall clap, shall clap their hands.

And the trees of the fields shall clap their hands,
And the trees of the fields shall clap their hands,
And the trees of the fields shall clap their hands,
And you'll go out with joy.

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