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Be happy, be happy, for bright is the earth

Be happy, be happy, for bright is the earth

Author: Emma Rood Tuttle
Published in 4 hymnals

Author: Emma Rood Tuttle

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Text Information

First Line: Be happy, be happy, for bright is the earth
Author: Emma Rood Tuttle
Refrain First Line: Then let us be happy

Timeline

Instances

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Spiritualist Hymnal #d8
The Lyceum Guide #d4
The Lyceum Guide: a collection of songs, hymns, and chants; lessons, readings, and recitations; marches and calisthenics. (With illustrations.) together with programmes and exercises ... #26Page Scan
The Spiritual Harp #d18



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