If you have a computer, it's relatively simple to edit the music to remove or copy and add extra verses. Note that this can't be done directly on CDs - you have to have a file, either imported from a CD or one of our MP3s or downloads to work on.
The first requirement is a piece of music editing software. We recommend Audacity
, which we use to edit our tracks - it's free and available for Windows, Mac and Linux. It looks a bit overwhelming to start with, but it is relatively simple. Or choose your own preferred software. When you open a sound file you will see the hymn as a set of waves - it's usually visually very clear where the (shorter) playover and then the verses are (in the video example below you can see the playover and five verses). With most sound editors you can select a verse visually and chop it out, or copy it and paste it back in to add verses.
In the video below, we take you through using Audacity to do this. (It's best to make the video full screen clicking the broken square icon in the bottom right, as there's a lot of detail.)