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The chain is broken

In every home the chain is broken

Author: Ellen McAfee
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Ellen McAfee

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First Line: In every home the chain is broken
Title: The chain is broken
Author: Ellen McAfee
Refrain First Line: That glad eternal day
Copyright: Public Domain

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Near the Cross #d49

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