Sing of Mary, Pure and Lowly

On the internet, I found two extra verses that an Anglican religious put into this song. Those two extra verses are,

  1. Sing of Mary, sing of JESUS,
    Holy Mother’s holier son.
    From his throne in heaven he sees us,
    Thither calls us every one,
    Where he welcomes home his Mother
    To a place at his right hand,
    There his faithful servants gather,
    There the crowned victors stand.

  2. Joyful Mother, full of gladness,
    In thine arms thy LORD was borne.
    Mournful Mother, full of sadness,
    All thy heart with pain was torn.
    Glorious Mother, now rewarded
    With a crown at JESUS’ hand,
    Age to age thy name recorded
    Shall be blest in every land.

I’m not going to put the entire song on here because anyone should be able to find it easily with an internet search. In this one, verses one and two remained the same, three and four are the additional ones that I have above, and what would be verse three is verse five.

I was just wandering what you guys think about these two extra verses being put into the song?

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