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“Lecha Dodi” (Come, My Beloved) by Rabbi Shlomo HaLevi Alkabetz.
Original in Hebrew, English translation by Nissen Mangel:

Come, my Beloved, to meet the Bride, let us welcome the Shabbat.
“Observe” and “Remember”, the one and only God caused us to hear in a single utterance: the Lord os One and his Name is One, for renown, for glory, and for praise.
Come, my Beloved, to meet the Bride, let us welcome the Shabbat.
Come, let us go to welcome the Shabbat, for it is the source of blessing; from the beginning, from aforetime, it was chosen; last in creation, first in (God’s) thought.
Come, my Beloved, to meet the Bride, let us welcome the Shabbat.
Sanctuary of the King, royal city, arise, go forth from the ruins; too long have you dwelt in the vale of tears; He will show you abounding mercy.
Come, my Beloved, to meet the Bride, let us welcome the Shabbat.
Shake the dust off yourself, arise, don your glorious garments – my people. Through the son of Yishai of Bet Lechem, draw near to my soul and redeem it.
Come, my Beloved, to meet the Bride, let us welcome the Shabbat.
Arouse yourself, arouse yourself, for your light has come; arise, shine. Awake, awake, utter a song; the glory of the Lord is revealed upon you.
Come, my Beloved, to meet the Bride, let us welcome the Shabbat.
Do not be ashamed nor confounded; why are you downcast and why are you agitated? The afflicted of my people will find refuge in you; the city will be rebuilt on its former site.
Come, my Beloved, to meet the Bride, let us welcome the Shabbat.
Those who despoil you will be despoiled, and all who would destroy you will be far away. Your God will rejoice over you as a bridegroom rejoices over his bride.
Come, my Beloved, to meet the Bride, let us welcome the Shabbat.
To the right and to the left you shall spread out, and the Lord you shall extol. And we shall rejoice and exult, through the man who is a descendant of Peretz.
Come, my Beloved, to meet the Bride, let us welcome the Shabbat.
Come in peace, O crown of her Husband, both with (rejoicing) songs and gladness; among the faithful, the beloved people, come, O Bride, come, O Bride, come, O Bride, O Shabbat Queen.
Come, my Beloved, to meet the Bride, let us welcome the Shabbat.

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