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Ach, lehre mich ein Kindlein sein

Ach, lehre mich ein Kindlein sein

Author: Emma Neustetel
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Author: Emma Neustetel

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First Line: Ach, lehre mich ein Kindlein sein
Author: Emma Neustetel


Ach! lehre mich ein Kindlein sein. [Children.] Included as No. 41 in the Evangelisches Kinder Gesang-Buch, Basel, 1867, in 7 stanzas of 4 lines, as by Emma Neustetel. The only translation is, “O that I were a little child," in full, in Mrs. Bevan's Songs of Praise, 1859, p. 145, and thence, as No. 44, in J. E. Clarke's Children's H. Hymn Book, c. 1860. [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)


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