Revelation 14:8

And there followed another angel, saying, Babylon is fallen, is fallen, that great city, because she made all nations drink of the wine of the wrath of her fornication.

This song began as an early American Shaker hymn around 1810. It  made its way into the Sacred Harp hymnal to become a classic in shape-note circles. Eventually, it even picked up some popularity in folk music circles:

Expository Songs

Heaven & Earth (Rev. 14:1-13) (Revelation 14:1-13) (2018)
Popularized by Dave Herring
Amazon

Faint not (Revelation 14:1)
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Babylon Is Fallen (Revelation 14:8) (1810)
Attributed to Richard McNemar | Popularized by An 1833 Shaker Hymnal
Lyrics | Sheet Music | YouTube

Babylon’s Falling (Revelation 14:8) (2006)
Popularized by Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver
YouTube | Amazon

Hark! a voice! it cries from heaven (Revelation 14:13)
Thomas Kelly
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Hear what the voice from heaven proclaims (Revelation 14:13) (1709)
Isaac Watts | Popularized by Hymns and Spir­it­u­al Songs (1707-09)
Lyrics | Sheet Music

I heard a great voice from heav’n (Revelation 14:13)
Lyrics | Sheet Music

We Will Reep What We Sow (Rev. 14:14-20) (Revelation 14:14-20) (2018)
Popularized by Dave Herring
Amazon

References

For All the Saints (Revelation 14:13)
William Walsham How
Lyrics | Sheet Music | YouTube

The saints of God! their conflict past (Revelation 14:13)
William Dalrymple Maclagen
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Come, Ye Thankful People, Come (Revelation 14:15)
Henry Alford
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Gather the Reapers Home! (Revelation 14:15)
Jennie Johnson
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Battle Hymn of the Republic (Revelation 14:17-20)
Julia Ward Howe
Lyrics | Sheet Music | YouTube

Quotes

Blessed Are The Dead (Revelation 14:13)
Johannes Brahms
YouTube

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