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Fill My House

Author: Peter Kearney

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Adapter: Esther Wiebe

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First Line: Fill my house unto the fullest
Title: Fill My House
Author: Peter Kearney
Adapter: Esther Wiebe
Language: English
Publication Date: 1979
Copyright: Words copyright 1966, J. Albert & Son Pty. Ltd. Used by permission from Fill My House, Compositions and Arrangements for Church Choirs by Esther Wiebe, copyright and published by Canadian Mennonite Bible College, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1975.

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