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711. Wa wa wa Emimimo (Come, O Holy Spirit, come)

Text Information
First Line: Wa wa wa Emimimo (Come, O Holy Spirit, come)
Paraphraser: I-to Loh, 1936-
Publication Date: 1999
Scripture: 2 Timothy 1:6-7
Topic: Holy Spirit; Invocation; Responses (1 more...)
Source: Yoruba traditional hymn
Language: English; Yoruba
Copyright: Words from "In Spirit and In Truth" by permission of the World Council of Churches, Geneva
Tune Information
Name: WA EMIMIMO
Harmonizer: Samuel Solanke
Key: F Major
Source: Yoruba (Nigeria) traditional
Copyright: Music from "In Spirit and In Truth" by permission of the World Council of Churches, Geneva



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