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Life's sea ofttimes is dark and dreary

Author: James S. Hatcher

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First Line: Life's sea ofttimes is dark and dreary
Author: James S. Hatcher
Refrain First Line: I cannot drift

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A. M. E. C. Hymnal #487

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Gospel Hosannas #113

Premier Hymns #d131

The A. M. E. Zion Hymnal #d301

The Richard Allen A.M.E. Hymnal, with Responsive Scripture Readings. Rev. #d213

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