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168. Down to Earth

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Text Information
First Line: Down to earth as a dove
Title: Down to Earth
Author: Fred Kaan (1968)
Refrain First Line: Let us sing, sing, sing
Meter: 666.66 w. refrain
Publication Date: 1995
Topic: God Known in Jesus Christ: Birth; Christian Year: Christmas; Jesus Christ (2 more...)
Copyright: Words © 1968 Hope Publishing Co.
Tune Information
Name: PERSONENT HODIE
Arranger: Gustav Holst (1925)
Meter: 666.66 w. refrain
Key: e minor
Source: Piae Cantiones, 1582
Copyright: arr. © 1924, renewed, J. Curwen & Sons



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