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455. To Be Lost in the Night

Text Information
First Line: Oh, come to the Savior, thou poor weary soul
Title: To Be Lost in the Night
Author: A. F. Ferris
Publication Date: 1911
Refrain First Line: To be lost in the night, in eternity's night
Tune Information
Name: [Oh, come to the Savior, thou poor weary soul]
Composer: Ella B. Bishop
Incipit: 15553 11U1D 6U1D5 13555
Key: E♭ Major

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