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65. Sing of the Lord's goodness

Text Information
First Line: Sing of the Lord's goodness
Author: Ernest Sands, b. 1949
Publication Date: 2011
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 10:17; John 2:22; Psalm 18:5; Psalm 116; Psalm 117; Psalm 145:7; Psalm 149; Psalm 150
Topic: The Adoration of God
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Come then, all you nations
Copyright: © 1981 Ernest Sands. Published by OCP Publications
Tune Information
Name: [Sing of the Lord's goodness]
Composer: Ernest Sands, b. 1949
Composer: Christopher Walker, b. 1947
Arranger: Paul Inwood, b. 1947
Key: E Major
Copyright: © 1981 Ernest Sands. Published by OCP Publications