Additionally, this set of words is sung to the following tunes:

I am not altogether sure that none of these tune names are alternate names for "Miles Lane" or "Diadem." "Coronation" is a standard 4/4 hymn that has nothing trickier than a few short eighth-note runs. "Green Street," on the other hand, is a tricky fuguing tune with the above-mentioned repetitions of "crown him."

As far as I know (and I feel fairly certain of this), "New Agatite" is only sung in Sacred Harp circles, and infrequently outside Chicago. This is unfortunate, since it's a wonderful short fuguing tune.

The words are in common measure (8, 6, 8, 6), and can therefore be interchanged with the other common measure lyrics like "Amazing Grace," "The Yellow Rose of Texas," and Emily Dickinson's "Because I could not stop for Death."