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142. Praise (It's Not God's Fault)

Text Information
First Line: Come, all ye people, sing a happy song
Title: Praise (It's Not God's Fault)
Author: Edgar Schmidt
Publication Date: 1979
Topic: Hope; Joy; Praise, Thanksgiving
Language: English
Copyright: From More songs to Be Sung by With Magazine, copyright 1971 by Herald Press and Faith and Life Press.
Tune Information
Name: [Come, all ye people, sing a happy song]
Composer: Edgar Schmidt
Key: d minor
Copyright: From More songs to Be Sung by With Magazine, copyright 1971 by Herald Press and Faith and Life Press.






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