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Looking for a City

Here among the shadows (living) in a lonely land

Author: W. Oliver Cooper
Tune: [Here among the shadows (living) in a lonely land]
Published in 20 hymnals

Author: W. Oliver Cooper

W. Oliver Cooper Birth: Oct. 24, 1885 Meriwether County Georgia, USA Death: unknown Hymn writer. In 1945, he wrote "Heaven Will Surely Be Worth it All." He was educated musically in various singing schools and normals in Oklahoma and Tennessee. Mr. Cooper performed with a radio quartet in Birmingham, AL for several years. He was a prolific writer and composed approximately 1,500 songs. He served many years as president of the Cullman County, Alabama Singing Convention and worked as a member of the faculty at Hartford Musical Institute. He was musical editor for Hartford Song Books and resided in Cullman, AL. Burial: Unknown --www.findagrave.com/ Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Here among the shadows (living) in a lonely land
Title: Looking for a City
Author: W. Oliver Cooper
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Looking for a city
Copyright: David Moore, owner, 1943.; Stamps Quartet Music Co., Inc., owner.



Instances (1 - 20 of 20)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Amazing Grace for Singing Schools and Conventions #d23
Beautiful Light #d21
Bells of Salvation #101
Best of All #d27
Camp Meeting Songs, a Collection of Gospel Songs ... #d27
Choice Specials #d31
Church Hymnal #18
Gospel Quartet Music No. 1 #d21
Gospel Song Jewels No. 2 #33
Hymns of Glorious Praise #d114
Melodies of Love #d25
Melodies of Praise #38
New Songs of Inspiration Book Five #d42
New Songs of Inspiration No. 2 #d42
New Songs of Inspiration No. 4 #d44
New Songs of Inspiration Number 3 #d42
Song Hits #d24
Songs of Inspiration #d34
Songs of Spring #d13
Worship in Song #d38
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