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89. The Light That Comes with Daybreak

Text Information
First Line: The light that comes with day break
Title: The Light That Comes with Daybreak
Author: Tomotsune Yanagida (1966)
Translator: Sandy Fukunaga (1980)
Publication Date: 1983
Scripture: Psalm 128; Psalm 127
Topic: The Christian Life: Morning and Evening; God: Gifts of God; Responses to God: Praise and Worship (5 more...)
Source: Japanese
Language: English
Copyright: Words © Tomotsune Yanagida 1966; Trans. copyright © 1983 by Sandy Fukunaga
Tune Information
Name: ETENRAKU
Arranger: Hikaru Hayashi (1967)
Incipit: 7U115 545
Key: a minor
Source: Gagaku melody; Japanese
Copyright: Arr. by Hikaru Hayashi, used by permission of JASRAC, license no. 8211927






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