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456. All Your Anxiety

Text Information
First Line: Is there a heart o'erbound by sorrow?
Title: All Your Anxiety
Author: E. H. Joy
Publication Date: 1989
Topic: Choir and Special
Refrain First Line: All your anxiety, all your care
Copyright: © Copyright 1946, by Alfred B. Smith in "Favorites No. 2."
Tune Information
Name: [Is there a heart o'erbound by sorrow?]
Composer: E. H. Joy
Key: F Major
Copyright: © Copyright 1946, by Alfred B. Smith in "Favorites No. 2."

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ALL YOUR ANXIETY (Celebration 613)
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