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There's No Me, There's No You

It does not really matter how big or small we might be

Author: Eve Lynn; Adapter: Nolan Williams
Tune: [It does not really matter]
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Eve Lynn

Reynolds, Evelyn Crawford (Eve Lynn) (ca. 1900-?), poet, columnist; wrote under pseud. "Eve Lynn"; m. Hobson Richmond Reynolds Go to person page >

Adapter: Nolan Williams

(no biographical information available about Nolan Williams.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: It does not really matter how big or small we might be
Title: There's No Me, There's No You
Author: Eve Lynn
Adapter: Nolan Williams
Language: English
Refrain First Line: There's no me, there's no you without Him
Copyright: © Evelyn Reynolds

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African American Heritage Hymnal #619

Zion still Sings #92

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