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Harkins Frye

Short Name: Harkins Frye
Full Name: Frye, Harkins
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Texts by Harkins Frye (33)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
All the world once was veiledHarkins Frye (Author)2
As you journey down the lineHarkins Frye (Author)2
God bless our home for we are needingHarkins Frye (Author)3
God shook the earth when our Lord was dyingHarkins Frye (Author)2
Gonna sail away tomorrow for a wonderful landHarkins Frye (Author)2
Here we sorrow and sighHarkins Frye (Author)2
If you're living in the valley and your heart has lost its songHarkins Frye (Author)English2
In our homes down here belowHarkins Frye (Author)2
In this world here below I've no wealth nor treasureH. F. (Author)English2
Jesus said when he went away homeHarkins Frye (Author)2
Last night on my pillow, as my heart began to prayH. F. (Author)English2
Make the world a little brighterHarkins Frye (Author)2
Moses led the children of Isr'lHarkins Frye (Author)2
Moses was a great man, he led his people outHarkins Frye (Author)2
O church of God, in thee I dwellHarkins Frye (Author)2
O they tell me of a country far beyond the starry skyHarkins Frye (Author)English2
On life's stormy road, hand in handHarkins Frye (Author)2
One time at old Jericho's entranceHarkins Frye (Author)3
Since I belong to the ransomed bandHarkins Frye (Author)2
So many weary pilgrims who traveled this wayHarkins Frye (Author)2
The well need no physicianHarkins Frye (Author)2
There will be another singing over in the glory landH. F. (Author)English2
To the ones who are in darknessHarkins Frye (Author)2
We're wanderers here like sheep from the foldHarkins Frye (Author)English3
What infinite grace for Adam'sHarkins Frye (Author)2
When Christ, our Lord, on earth did roamH. F. (Author)2
When Christ was climbing up Calvary's mountainHarkins Frye (Author)2
When I was far from my blessed SaviorHarkins Frye (Author)2
When Jesus came down, from heaven above, To bring the world the message of loveH. F. (Author)English2
When Mary came to the tomb of the LordHarkins Frye (Author)2
When my soul is bowed in sorrowHarkins Frye (Author)2
When the clouds of sorrow gather and the way you cannot seeH. F. (Author)English2
When we've left this eartly strandHarkins Frye (Author)3
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