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Life's passing hours

Life's precious morn, how soon 'tis past

Author: L. Q. C. Taylor
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: L. Q. C. Taylor

Lucius Quintus Curtis Taylor (also known as Curt Taylor) was born November 20, 1879 on Owl Creek, Towns County, Georgia. He learned shape-note music from his brother Judd and traveled extensively around the United States teaching music and selling gospel song books. He published "Joyous Praises" with D. B. Mills and "Melodies for Jesus" with J. S. Earp. From Steven Curtis Taylor and Jerry A. Taylor (Taylor Family Histories on http://www.drack.info/ucan3392977/taylortheophilus.htm) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Life's precious morn, how soon 'tis past
Title: Life's passing hours
Author: L. Q. C. Taylor
Refrain First Line: Help us, dear Jesus, to serve thee

Instances

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Melodies for Jesus #d38

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