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Listen to my prayer, Lord

Listen to my prayer, Lord

Tune: LISTENING
Published in 2 hymnals

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First Line: Listen to my prayer, Lord

Tune

LISTENING

Norman L. Warren (PHH 15) composed LISTENING in 1969 for another paraphrase of Psalm 61, a text, writes Warren, "which demanded a gentle tune." It was published in Psalm Praise (1973). Its two long lines flow together in apparent perpetual motion - they should be performed that way, too, with no sig…

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Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) #365

Sing Glory #652

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