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Strangers No More

Come, walk with me; we'll praise the Lord together

Author: Kenneth I. Morse
Tune: [Come, walk with me; we'll praise the Lord together]
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Kenneth I. Morse

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Text Information

First Line: Come, walk with me; we'll praise the Lord together
Title: Strangers No More
Author: Kenneth I. Morse
Refrain First Line: For we are Strangers no more
Publication Date: 1974
Copyright: Copyright 1979 by Daystar Associates. Used by permission.

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