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342. Tú Has Venido a la Orilla (Lord, You Have Come to the Lakeshore)

Text Information
First Line: Tú has venido a la orilla (Lord, you have come to the lakeshore)
Title: Tú Has Venido a la Orilla (Lord, You Have Come to the Lakeshore)
Original Language: Spanish
Author: Cesareo Gabaraín, 1936-1991
Translator: Gertrude C. Suppe, 1911-
Translator: Raquel Gutiérrez-Achon, 1927-
Translator: George Lockwood, 1946-
Refrain First Line: Señor, me has miradoa los ojos (O Lord, with your eyes you have searched me)
Meter: Irr. w. refrain
Language: English; Spanish
Publication Date: 1995
Scripture:
Topic: God's Church: The Church at Worship: Invitation to Discipleship; Acceptance of Christ; Discipleship (3 more...)
Copyright: © 1979, 1987 Cesareo Gabaraín; published by OCP Publications); tr. © 1989 The United Methodist Publishing House
Tune Information
Name: PESCADOR DE HOMBRES
Composer: Cesareo Gabaraín (1979)
Harmonizer: Skinner Chávez-Melo (1987)
Meter: Irr. w. refrain
Key: D Major
Copyright: © 1979, 1987, Cesareo Gabaraín; published by OCP Publications, used by permission;; harm. used by permission of Juan Francisco Chávez



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