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Carolyn R. Freeman

Short Name: Carolyn R. Freeman
Full Name: Freeman, Carolyn R.
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Texts by Carolyn R. Freeman (22)sort descendingAsInstances
All the world aroundCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)2
God gave me dear AmericaCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)7
God is always near us No matter where we goCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)2
Hear what the sweet little flowers would sayCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)2
I know a lovely gardenCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)3
If your life is like a sealed portalC. R. F. (Author)2
My Father lives in heavenCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)2
Never fear though shadows dark around your path may fallC. R. F. (Author)11
Out in the meadows the daisies swayCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)3
Summertime is knocking at the doorCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)3
The little birds wake up and singCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)3
The world is lovely, the world is lovely, on a day in JuneCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)3
There is one above all othersCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)2
We are only little children And though youthfulCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)3
We hope that you've been happyCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)2
We sing of God the FatherCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)2
When days are weary and full of careCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)3
When Jesus came from heaven to earthCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)3
When the dawn is breaking o'er the rosy skyCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)3
When the evening shadows gather When I closeCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)4
When the long days of wintertime are overCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)7
Why am I here in this big old worldCarolyn R. Freeman (Author)3
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