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Sing with Hearts

Let all our hearts open up to the Lord God

Author: Jonathan Malicsi (1983)
Published in 4 hymnals

Author: Jonathan Malicsi

Jonathan Malicsi UP Department of Linguistics University of the Philippines – Diliman PhD Philippine Studies (Linguistics, Anthropology, Sociology), University of the Philippines – Diliman Doctoral Enrichment Program (Linguistics), State University of New York in Buffalo MA Linguistics – University of the Philippines – Diliman BA English (Comparative Literature) – University of the Philippines – Diliman B Music (Voice) – University of the Philippines – Diliman --uplinguistics.wordpress.com/faculty/  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Let all our hearts open up to the Lord God
Title: Sing with Hearts
Author: Jonathan Malicsi (1983)
Meter: with refrain
Refrain First Line: Sing with hearts, sing with souls
Copyright: © 1983 Jonathan Malicsi



Instances (1 - 4 of 4)

Halle Halle #10

Hymns from the Four Winds #18

Sing With Me #51

The Presbyterian Hymnal #484

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