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Send me

Author: Cecil M. Truesdell

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Text Information

First Line: After man's first fall, why the Lord of all
Title: Send me
Author: Cecil M. Truesdell
Source: "Heralds of Heaven"
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Send me, send me
Copyright: Copyright, 1932, by The Tennessee Music and Printing Co., in "Heralds of Heaven". McCoy and Truesdell, owners

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Carols of Love #d3

Church Hymnal #48

Encore #d4

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