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Keep the window of your soul ever open wide

Keep the window of your soul ever open wide

Author: Clyde Ogle
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Clyde Ogle

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First Line: Keep the window of your soul ever open wide
Author: Clyde Ogle
Refrain First Line: Matters not, my neighbor, what comes your way

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Gospel Songs of Inspiration #d60

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