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208. I've Enlisted in the Service

Text Information
First Line: I am fighting in the army of the Lord
Title: I've Enlisted in the Service
Author: William J. Henry
Publication Date: 1911
Refrain First Line: I will press the battle on till the victory is won
Tune Information
Name: [I am fighting in the army of the Lord]
Composer (melody): W. J. Henry
Harmonizer: A. L. B.
Incipit: 55U11 12332 31332 22344
Key: G Major



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