This is the entry from Wikipedia about this beautiful song:
Lord Of All Hopefulness is a hymn written by Jan Struther which was published in the enlarged edition of "Songs of Praise" in 1931, the hymn is used in liturgy, at weddings and at the beginning of funeral services.
It is set to the melody of an Irish folksong, collected in the village of Slane, which is also the melody of another well-known hymn, Be Thou My Vision. In English hymn books, where traditional folk tunes are used, the place of collection is attributed as the tune name.
Here are the lyrics:
Lord of All Hopefulness
Lord of all hopefulness, Lord of all joy,
whose trust, ever childlike, no cares could destroy,
be there at our waking, and give us, we pray,
your bliss in our hearts, Lord, at the break of the day.
Lord of all eagerness, Lord of all faith,
whose strong hands were skilled at the plane and the lathe,
be there at our labours, and give us, we pray.
your strength in our hearts, Lord, at the noon of the day.
Lord of all kindliness, Lord of all grace,
your hands swift to welcome, your arms to embrace,
be there at our homing, and give us, we pray,
your love in our hearts, Lord, at the eve of the day.
Lord of all gentleness, Lord of all calm,
whose voice is contentment, whose presence is balm,
be there at our sleeping, and give us, we pray.
your peace in our hearts, Lord, at the end of the day.
These are not the one's playing on Radio Sabina but I like it too.
Here's the Palestrina Choir of Dublin's rendition.
Here's a cool acoustic guitar solo version