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470. Why Should A Mortal Man Complain?

Text Information
First Line: Why should a mortal man complain
Title: Why Should A Mortal Man Complain?
Author: D. S. Warner
Publication Date: 1911
Refrain First Line: O Jesus, bear our souls above
Tune Information
Name: [Why should a mortal man complain]
Composer (melody): Allie R. Fisher
Harmonizer: B. E. W.
Incipit: 5U134 32135 43222 6523D
Key: E Major

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