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What's all this world to me?

Author: G. Armstrong Hymnal: DM31859 #185 (1859) Person Name: G. Armstrong
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O my Saviour and Lord, they have taken thee away

Author: Rev. C. Cooke Hymnal: DM31859 #82 (1859) Person Name: Rev. C. Cooke First Line: In this low dark valley, where so many sorrows grow
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Speed away! speed away!

Author: Rev. C. Cooke Hymnal: DM31859 #186 (1859) Person Name: Rev. C. Cooke
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Sinner, come, will you go

Author: Rev. C. B. Davidson Hymnal: DM31859 #30 (1859) Person Name: Rev. C. B. Davidson
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I will go, I will go

Author: Rev. C. B. Davidson Hymnal: DM31859 #31 (1859) Person Name: Rev. C. B. Davidson
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Ye angels who mortals attend

Author: Bishop Hedding Hymnal: DM31859 #34 (1859) Person Name: Bishop Hedding
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Joyfully, joyfully, onward I move

Author: Wm. Hunter Hymnal: DM31859 #71 (1859) Person Name: Wm. Hunter
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A home in heav'n! what a joyful thought

Author: Wm. Hunter Hymnal: DM31859 #72 (1859) Person Name: Wm. Hunter
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Will you go? will you go?

Author: Wm. Hunter Hymnal: DM31859 #80 (1859) Person Name: Wm. Hunter First Line: We're bound for the land of the pure and the holy
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Nought to fear from storm or sorrow

Author: Mrs. C. F. Jenks Hymnal: DM31859 #196 (1859) Person Name: Mrs. C. F. Jenks First Line: On life's dark unfathom'd ocean

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