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3114. Come to the Water

Text Information
First Line: There's a war going on just across the street
Title: Come to the Water
Author: Paul Baloche
Author: Steven Curtis-Chapman
Author: Stuart Garrard
Author: Israel Houghton
Author: Tim Hughes
Author: Graham Kendrick
Author: Andy Park
Author: Matt Redman
Author: Martin Smith
Author: Michael W. Smith
Author: Chris Tomlin
Author: Darlene Zschech
Meter: Irr.
Language: English
Publication Date: 2011
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Abandonment; Anger; Apathy (23 more...)
Copyright: © 2008 Gloworks Limited (PRS), admin. at EMICMGPublishing.com
Tune Information
Composer: Paul Baloche
Composer: Steven Curtis-Chapman
Composer: Stuart Garrard
Composer: Israel Houghton
Composer: Tim Hughes
Composer: Graham Kendrick
Composer: Andy Park
Composer: Matt Redman
Composer: Martin Smith
Composer: Michael W. Smith
Composer: Chris Tomlin
Composer: Darlene Zschech
Meter: Irr.
Key: F Major
Copyright: © 2008 Gloworks Limited (PRS), admin. at EMICMGPublishing.com

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