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Cuando Se Va la Esperanza (Just When All Hope Seems to Vanish)

Translator: Bret Hesla, n. 1957

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Translator: William Dexheimer-Pharris, n. 1956

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Author: Esther Cámac

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Text Information

First Line: Cuando se va la esperanza (Just when all hope seems to vanish)
Title: Cuando Se Va la Esperanza (Just When All Hope Seems to Vanish)
Author: Esther Cámac (alt.)
Translator: Bret Hesla, n. 1957
Translator: William Dexheimer-Pharris, n. 1956
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: Cantemos a nuestro Dios (God is uplifting the people)
Copyright: © 1989, tr. 1994, Abingdon Press


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Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #644

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