Mansions of the Lord

"Mansions of the Lord" is a hymn written by Randall Wallace and set to the music of Nick Glennie-Smith.

Performances

"Mansions" was originally written for the 2002 film We Were Soldiers, and was performed by the United States Military Academy Glee Club and the Metro Voices.

The hymn also served as the recessional in the 2004 funeral of President Ronald Reagan. That rendition was sung by the Armed Forces Chorus with the United States Marine Chamber Orchestra.

The hymn is featured on the CD of the same name by the Morriston Orpheus Choir from Wales.

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