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162. The Harvest Call

Text Information
First Line: Why stand ye all day idle? the harvest time is here
Title: The Harvest Call
Author: W. J. Henry
Publication Date: 1900
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Oh, who will go for Jesus across the stormy wave
Tune Information
Name: [Why stand ye all day idle? the harvest time is here]
Composer: A. L. Byers
Incipit: 5U111 32112 11D65 555U1
Key: G Major



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