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295. Lord, Bid Your Servant Go in Peace

Text Information
First Line: Lord, bid your servant go in peace
Title: Lord, Bid Your Servant Go in Peace
Paraphraser: James Quinn, S.J. (1969)
Publication Date: 1995
Meter: C.M.
Scripture: Luke 2:29-32
Topic: Going Forth: Benedictions; The Going Forth: Benedictions
Source: Song of Simeon
Language: English
Copyright: Para. © 1969, James Quinn. Used by permission of Selah Publishing Co. Inc., North American agent.
Tune Information
Harmonizer: Russell Schulz-Widmar (1983)
Meter: C.M.
Key: F Major
Source: American Folk Tune; from Songs for the People of God
Copyright: Harm. © 1994 Selah Publishing Co. Inc., Kingston, NY 12401. All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission.

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