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151. Spring Forth a Well (I've Got a River)

Spring forth a well
Inside my soul.
Spring forth a well
And make me whole.
Spring forth a well
And let me see
That light
that shines in me.

I've got a river of light
Flowing out of me;
Makes the lame to walk
And the blind to see;
Opens prison doors,
Sets the captives free.
I've got a river of light
flowing out of me.

Text Information
First Line: Spring forth a well (I've got a river of light)
Title: Spring Forth a Well (I've Got a River)
Adapter (attributed to): Julie Chilton
Publication Date: 1996
Scripture: Isaiah 36:5-6
Topic: Children; Inner light
Source: Traditional
Tune Information
Name: [Spring forth a well (I've got a river of light)]
Key: D Major
Source: Traditional







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