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Something Worth Living For

Life was shattered and hope was gone

Author: Dale Oldham
Tune: SOMETHING MORE
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Dale Oldham

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Text Information

First Line: Life was shattered and hope was gone
Title: Something Worth Living For
Author: Dale Oldham
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Something more than my yesterdays
Copyright: © 1967 by William J. Gaither.

Timeline

Instances

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Favorites Number 8: A Collection of Gospel Songs #13
Hymns for the Family of God #638



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