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201. Knock and It Shall Be Opened

Text Information
First Line: O'er the door of heaven's kingdom
Title: Knock and It Shall Be Opened
Author: D. S. Warner
Publication Date: 1911
Refrain First Line: Sinner, come, why still delay?
Tune Information
Name: [O'er the door of heaven's kingdom]
Harmonizer: D. O. Teasley
Composer (melody): Irene Howard
Incipit: 55532 32133 44665 55532
Key: F Major

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