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A hymn is a song written as a song of praise, adoration or prayer.
Hymn(s) may also refer to:
- National hymn, a musical composition recognized by a nation's government as the official national song
- "Hymn" (poem), a 7th-century Anglo-Saxon poem by Cædmon
- Hymn (software), a program to decrypt iTunes music files
- Hymns (band), an indie rock band from Brooklyn, NY
- Hymns (2nd Chapter of Acts album)
- Hymns (Beth Nielsen Chapman album)
- Hymns (Bloc Party album)
- Hymns (Corey Glover album)
- Hymns (Godflesh album)
- Hymns (Loretta Lynn album)
- Hymns (Out of Eden album)
- Hymns (Tennessee Ernie Ford album)
- Hymns (EP), an EP by Anathallo
- "L'Hymne" or "Hymn" (Celine Dion song) from the 2015 film Snowtime!
- "Hymn" (Moby song), song from Moby's album Everything Is Wrong
- "Hymn" (Ultravox song), a song from Ultravox' 1982 album Quartet
- "Hymn", a song from Barclay James Harvest's 1977 album Gone to Earth
- "Hymn", a song by James Taylor from his 1972 album One Man Dog
- "Hymn", a song by Patti Smith Group from their 1979 album Wave
- "Hymn", a song by Pedro the Lion from the 1997 EP Whole
- "Hymn", a song by Janis Ian from her 1976 album Aftertones
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