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204. Dark is the Night

Text Information
First Line: Dark is the night, and cold the wind is blowing
Title: Dark is the Night
Author: F. J. Crosby
Publication Date: 1890
Scripture: Psalm 107:30
Topic: Assurance; Repentance; Sea and Sailors
Language: English
Refrain First Line: With His loving hand to guide, let the clouds above me roll
Tune Information
Name: [Dark is the night, and cold the wind]
Composer: T. E. Perkins
Key: G Major



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