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20. Day Has Come

Text Information
First Line: Day has come and birds are singing
Title: Day Has Come
Author: Nancy Byrd Turner
Publication Date: 1957
Topic: Songs Suitable for Kindergarten; Songs Suitable for Primary; Opening of Service (6 more...)
Copyright: New Music Horizons, Book III, Silver Burdett Co. Used by permission.
Tune Information
Name: [Day has come and birds are singing]
Incipit: 12332 21134 55443
Key: F Major
Source: Folk Song
Copyright: New Music Horizons, Book III, Silver Burdett Co. Used by permission.



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