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102. [O sing a song of Bethlehem]

2 O sing a song
of lakes and woods and hill;
who walked upon the sea
and bade it be still.
For though like waves of Galilee,
seas of trouble roll,
where faith has heard the word,
peace on the soul.

Text Information
First Line: [O sing a song of Bethlehem]
Author: Louis F. Benson
Publication Date: 1993
Language: English
Notes: A. O Sing a Song of Bethlehem (United Methodist Hymnal #179); B. To Mcok Your Reign, O Dearest Lord (United Methodist Hymnal #285) C. Come, Let Us Use the Grace Divine (United Methodist Hymnal #606)
Tune Information
Arranger: Ralph Vaughan Williams
Composer (descant): Gary Alan Smith
Key: G Major
Source: English melody
Copyright: Descant © Gamut Music Productions
Notes: Descant 2 (Vocal or Instrumental - with harmonization (#103); piano sugested

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