Sara2101 wrote: I'm surprised that he didn't quote the source as he usually does. Maybe because Blake is so well known that no one could possibly claim to have written it.
However, if you read the poem, it was by William Blake. If you sing the hymn, it was by Hubert Parry. And, there is another Jerusalem by Blake, this time "Jerusalem The Emanation of the Giant Albion". Confused yet? You soon will be
Indeed, mine was not a reproduction but a parody. Even Graham noticed this.
Moreso, the poem Jerusalem is Blake's commentary on the disestablishment of the organised church.
"God is dead. He remains dead and we killed him" Nietsche