3 pages | PDF | 625.2 KBJerusalem is an iconic English hymn composed by Hubert Parry with words from the poem written by William Blake. It is set in a two-verse format in the key of D major and B minor with a running time of 41 measures. With its powerful and inspirational lyrics, Jerusalem is considered a rousing call to patriotism and hope. From solemn religious services to national pride, this rousing melody stirs the emotions and urges one to reach for higher heights. The song's uplifting melody has been adopted by England's national anthem, as well as the anthem of the Olympic Games. It is a powerful reminder of our rich history and potential for a brighter future.