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116. The Thirsty Deer (Comme un cerf soupire après l'eau)

Text Information
First Line: The thirsty deer longs for the streams (Comme un cerf soupire après l'eau)
Title: The Thirsty Deer (Comme un cerf soupire après l'eau)
Paraphraser (English and French): George Mulrain
Publication Date: 2007
Scripture: Psalm 42
Topic: Word; Hope
Language: English; French
Refrain First Line: Why are you cast down, O my soul? (Pourquoi estu si abattue?_
Copyright: © 1996 General Board of Global Ministries
Tune Information
Name: [The thirsty deer longs for the streams]
Arranger: Godfrey Taylor
Key: C Major
Source: Traditional song, Caribbean
Copyright: © 1996 General Board of Global Ministries






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