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495. Christ, Be Our Light! (¡Cristo, la Luz!)

Text Information
First Line: Longing for light, we wait in darkness (Luz añoramos, luz esperamos)
Title: Christ, Be Our Light! (¡Cristo, la Luz!)
Author: Bernadette Farrell, b. 1957
Translator: George Lockwood, b. 1946
Refrain First Line: Christ, be our light! (Cristo, la Luz!
Meter: 9 8 9 6 with refrain
Language: English; Spanish
Publication Date: 2013
Topic: Presentation of the Lord; Presentatción del Señor; Buscar (21 more...)
Copyright: © 1993, 2000, tr. 2012, Bernadette Farrell, Published by OCP
Tune Information
Name: CHRIST BE OUR LIGHT
Composer: Bernadette Farrell, b. 1957
Meter: 9 8 9 6 with refrain
Key: G Major
Copyright: © 1993, 2000, Bernadette Farrell, Published by OCP



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