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Everybody Has Their Issues

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Ev'rybody has their issues that occupy their mind
Ev'rybody has their issues that come from time to time
It could be fear or longing, depression or contempt
Regret or shame or anger, there's no one who's exempt, for:
Ev'rybody has their issues that occupy their mind
Ev'rybody has their issues that come from time to time.


Source: Secular Hymnal: 144 hymn tunes made inclusive for all #26

Author: Secretary Michael

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Text Information

First Line: Ev'rybody has their issues that occupy their mind
Title: Everybody Has Their Issues
Author: Secretary Michael
Language: English
Publication Date: 2015
Copyright: Public Domain

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BALM IN GILEAD (Spiritual)

BALM IN GILEAD consists of two melodic lines, each of which is repeated in varied form. Have the congregation sing either in parts or in unison. It is also possible to adapt the call-and-response technique, so common in spirituals, to this hymn: a soloist sings the stanzas, and the entire congregati…

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Secular Hymnal #26

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