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Jesus, Jesus

Author: Tom Graff

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Author: Alf Siemens

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Text Information

First Line: Alleluia! Sing for joy and celebrate
Title: Jesus, Jesus
Author: Tom Graff
Author: Alf Siemens
Language: English
Publication Date: 1979
Copyright: From The Joyful Round, copyright, Grapple Press, Vancouver, B. C., Canada.

Tune

[Alleluia! Sing for joy and celebrate]

This tune is the round "Heigh ho, nobody home", which first appears as #85 in Ravenscroft's 1609 Pammelia.

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Sing and Rejoice!: new hymns for congregations #50



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