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324. Lord, bid your servant go in peace

Text Information
First Line: Lord, bid your servant go in peace
Author: James Quinn, 1919-
Publication Date: 1999
Scripture: Luke 2:29-35
Topic: Consolation; Consummation in Christ; Inner Peace (9 more...)
Source: Nunc dimittis
Language: English
Copyright: © 1969 James Quinn, S. J.
Tune Information
Arranger: Annabel Moris Buchanan, 1889-1983
Meter: 86.86
Key: F Major
Source: American folk hymn coll. Annabel Morris Buchanan
Copyright: Arrangement © J. Fischer & Bros.

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