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737. Lord, Jesus, You Shall Be My Song (Jésus, je voudrais te chanter)

Text Information
First Line: Lord Jesus, you shall be my song as I journey (Jésus, je voudrais te chanter sur ma route)
Title: Lord, Jesus, You Shall Be My Song (Jésus, je voudrais te chanter)
French Title: Jésus, je voudrais te chanter
Translator (English): Stephen Somerville (1970)
Meter: 12.14.12.12
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Christian Life; Christian Year: Lent; Community in Christ (5 more...)
Source: Les Petites Souers de Jésus and L'Arche community, 1961
Copyright: French Text © Les Petites Soeurs de Jésus (admin. Augsburg Fortres; English Trans. © 1970 Stephen Somerville (admin. Augsburg Fotress)
Tune Information
Name: LES PETITES SOUERS
Meter: 12.14.12.12
Key: D Major
Source: Les Petites Souers de Jésus and L'Arche Community, 1961
Copyright: © Les Petites Soeurs de Jésus (admin. Augsburg Fortress)


Text Information:

Originally created in French, this text reflects the ministry of a Roman Catholic religious community, the Little Sisters of Jesus, who work with people on the margins of society. This hymn is also beloved by the Ark (L’Arche) communities who minister to adults with disabilities.


Media
Audio recording: Audio (MP3)

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