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51. Sing with Hearts

Text Information
First Line: Let all our hearts open up to the Lord God
Title: Sing with Hearts
Author: Jonathan Malicsi
Publication Date: 2006
Topic: Hello: Praise and Thanksgiving; Songs with Non-Western Roots: Philippines
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Sing with hearts, sing with souls
Copyright: Words © 1983, Jonathan Malicsi. Used by permission of Asian Institute for Liturgy and Music.
Tune Information
Name: [Let all our hearts open up to the Lord God]
Arranger: Greg Scheer (2006)
Key: G Major
Source: Kalinga melody, adapted
Copyright: Arr. © 2006, Faith Alive Christian Resources

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