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41. O Beautiful Gaia

Text Information
First Line: Soil yielding its harvest
Title: O Beautiful Gaia
Author: Carolyn McDade
Publication Date: 2007
Scripture: ; ; ;
Topic: Praise; Creation
Source: Verses created by the singers gathered in Atlantic Canada
Language: English
Refrain First Line: O beautiful Gaia
Notes: The term Gaia (guy'-ah) represents "Mother Earth," inviting us to live into our care and respect for all creation. It asks us to consider our relationship to the earth in the context of our faith.
Copyright: © Carolyn McDade Music
Tune Information
Name: [Soil yielding its harvest]
Composer: Carolyn McDade
Arranger: Lydia Pedersen (2006)
Key: D Major
Copyright: © Carolyn McDade Music; Arrangement © 2006 by Lydia Pedersen



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