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641. Lord Jesus, You Shall Be MY song (Jésus, je voudrais te chanter)

Text Information
First Line: Jésus, je voudrais te chanter sur ma route (Lord Jesus, you shall be my song as I journey)
Title: Lord Jesus, You Shall Be MY song (Jésus, je voudrais te chanter)
Original Language: French
Translator: Steven Somerville (1970, alt.)
Meter: 12 14 12 12
Language: French
Publication Date: 1956
Topic: The Church in the World: Commitment: Pilgrimage; Beauty; Commitment (5 more...)
Source: Les Petites Soeurs de Jésus, 1961
Copyright: © 1961 Les Petites Soeurs de Jésus; Translation © 1970 Steven Somerville
Tune Information
Harmonizer: T. Barrett Armstrong (ca. 1973)
Meter: 12 14 12 12
Key: D Major
Source: Les Petites Soeurs de Jésus
Copyright: Music copyright © 1961 Les Petites Soeurs de Jésus. Harmony copyright © 1995 T. Barrett Armstrong.

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