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Hush! Hush! My Soul

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Hush! Hush! My soul be calm and still.
Come, blessed Savior, enter in.
Forgive our sins,
Heal all our ills,
Give strength for tasks,
Give peace of mind,
And make our spirits wholly Thine.
And we shall praise Thee ever more.
Amen, Amen, Amen.

Source: African American Heritage Hymnal #450

Author: Rev. S. S. Morris

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First Line: Hush! Hush! My soul be calm and still
Title: Hush! Hush! My Soul
Author: Rev. S. S. Morris
Language: English

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