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Come, Let Us Sing

Come, let us lift our voices to our Savior

Author: T. D. LeFevre
Tune: [Come, let us lift our voices to our Savior]
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: T. D. LeFevre

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Text Information

First Line: Come, let us lift our voices to our Savior
Title: Come, Let Us Sing
Author: T. D. LeFevre
Language: English
Notes: Churches have permission to copy and use music and lyrics in worship. More information and MP3 demo samples available at: www.soundandsong.com
Copyright: © 2000 Beyond the Walls Music (BMI)

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Discipleship Ministries Collection #62

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