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Come, Bring Your Burdens to God (Woza nomthwalo wakho)

Translator: Barbara Clark

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Translator: Mairi Munro

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Translator: Martine Stemerick

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First Line: Come, bring your burdens to God (Woza nomthwalo wakho)
Title: Come, Bring Your Burdens to God (Woza nomthwalo wakho)
Translator: Barbara Clark (2008)
Translator: Mairi Munro (2008)
Translator: Martine Stemerick (2008)
Source: South African
Publication Date: 2013
Copyright: English trans. © 2008 WGRG, Iona Community (admin. GIA Publications, Inc.)

Notes

A great strength of music from southeastern Africa is that it usually emerges from communal life, and in singing such songs we unite our sung prayers with those of the people who created them. This one is based on the singing of the Mooiplaas congregation in South Africa.

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