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My Help comes from the Lord: Psalm 121

Author (refrain): Daniel Richardson

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Author (refrain): Angel Napieralski

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First Line: I lift up my eyes toward the mountains
Title: My Help comes from the Lord: Psalm 121
Author (refrain): Daniel Richardson
Author (refrain): Angel Napieralski
Language: English
Refrain First Line: My help comes only from the Lord
Copyright: Refrain © 2010, Daniel Richardson and Angel Napieralski, admin. by Faith Alive Christian Resources; Verses © 1970, CCD


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