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There is work for me to do

Author: Jennie WilsonHymnal: Hosannas to the King, No.2 #d174 (1914)Hymnal Title: Hosannas to the King, No.2

Ere the sun of life goes down

Author: Edward C. AvisHymnal: Songs of Conquest No. l #d87 (1903)Hymnal Title: Songs of Conquest No. lFirst Line: There is work for me to do

Ere the sun of life goes down

Author: Edward C. AvisHymnal: Songs of Life and Power #d137 (1907)Hymnal Title: Songs of Life and PowerFirst Line: There is work for me to do

Ere the sun of life goes down

Author: Edward C. AvisHymnal: The King in His Beauty #d185 (1916)Hymnal Title: The King in His BeautyFirst Line: There is work for me to do

Ere the sun of life goes down

Author: Edward C. AvisHymnal: The Phonograph in Song #d79 (1902)Hymnal Title: The Phonograph in SongFirst Line: There is work for me to do




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