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559. Oh the Crown, the Glory-Crown

Text Information
First Line: Weary gleaner in the filed, poor or plenty be the yield
Title: Oh the Crown, the Glory-Crown
Author: G. M. J.
Publication Date: 1890
Scripture: 1 Peter 5:4
Topic: The Coming of Christ; Work
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Oh the crown, the glory crown!
Tune Information
Name: [Weary gleaner in the field, poor or plenty be the yield]
Composer: James McGranahan
Key: A Major

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