Lately, I've been enjoying this recording, which I found at www.psalm-singing.org. It's from Psalm 102, second version, and sung to the long-meter tune of Hereford. I like the tune a lot, though it's too complicated for an amateur singer like me to sing at this speed; it would be nice if sung more slowly, I think.
23 My strength he weaken'd in the way,
My days of life he shortened.
24 My God, O take me not away
In mid-time of my days, I said:
Thy years through out all ages last.
25 Of old thou hast established
The earth's foundation firm and fast;
Thy mighty hands the heav'ns have made.
26 They perish shall, as garments do,
But thou shalt evermore endure;
As vestures, thou shalt change them so;
And they shall all be changed sure:
27 But from all changes thou art free;
Thy endless years do last for aye.
28 Thy servants, and their seed who be,
Establish'd shall before thee stay.