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C.S. Lewis recounts that when he first started going to church he disliked the hymns, which he considered to be fifth-rate poems set to sixth-rate music. But as he continued, he said,

"I realized that the hymns (which were just sixth-rate music) were, nevertheless, being sung with devotion and benefit by an old saint in plastic-side boots in the opposite pew, and then you realize that you aren’t fit to clean those boots. It gets you out or your solitary conceit.”

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