Eat This Bread and Never Hunger

Asking for a cup of water

Author: Dan Damon
Communion Songs
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

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Author: Dan Damon

Daniel Charles Damon (b. 1955) is an internationally published writer of hymn texts and tunes and is Associate Editor of Hymnody for Hope Publishing Company, Carol Stream, Illinois. Damon is also a jazz pianist and has played in many hotels and clubs in the San Francisco Bay area. He holds degrees from Greenville College, Greenville, Illinois (BME, 1977) and Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, California (MDiv, 1987). He is an ordained Elder in the United Methodist Church in the San Francisco Bay area and a life member of the Hymn Society in the United States and Canada. Several single-author collections of Damon's hymns have been published: Faith Will Sing (Carol Stream, 1993), The Sound of Welcome (Carol Stream, 1998), To the Thirsty… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Asking for a cup of water
Title: Eat This Bread and Never Hunger
Author: Dan Damon
Meter: with refrain
Refrain First Line: Eat this bread and never hunger
Publication Date: 2003
Copyright: Words © 1993 Hope Publishing Company
Liturgical Use: Communion Songs



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