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[He's the] Lily of the valley, the bright and Morning star

Author: Charles W. Fry; C. W. Fry Hymnal: BFSS1890 #d15 (1890) Person Name: Charles W. Fry First Line: I've [I have] found a friend in Jesus, He's everything to me

Over there

Author: E. E. Nickerson Hymnal: BFSS1890 #d37 (1890) Person Name: E. E. Nickerson First Line: We are sweeping through the land

All hail the power of Jesus' name, Let angels prostrate fall

Author: John Rippon; Edward Perronet Hymnal: BFSS1890 #d3 (1890) Person Name: John Rippon

Der beste Freund ist in dem Himmel

Author: Benjamin Schmolk Hymnal: BFSS1890 #d7 (1890) Person Name: Benjamin Schmolk

So we'll stand the storm, for it won't be long

Author: Isaac Watts, 1674-1748 Hymnal: BFSS1890 #d18 (1890) Person Name: Isaac Watts, 1674-1748 First Line: Now, I can read my title clear

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