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Lord, Your Hands Have Formed (Imegmoy pitak ay yay)

Imegmay pitak ay yay (Lord, your hands have formed this world)

Translator: Delbert Rice; Paraphraser: James Minchin; Author: Ramon Oliano; Author: Sario Oliano
Published in 5 hymnals

Audio files: Recording

Translator: Delbert Rice

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Paraphraser: James Minchin

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Author: Ramon Oliano

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Author: Sario Oliano

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Text Information

First Line: Imegmay pitak ay yay (Lord, your hands have formed this world)
Title: Lord, Your Hands Have Formed (Imegmoy pitak ay yay)
Ikalahan Title: Imegmoy pitak ay yay
Translator: Delbert Rice
Paraphraser: James Minchin
Author: Ramon Oliano
Author: Sario Oliano
Place of Origin: Philippines
Language: English; Ikalahan
Copyright: Text © James Minchin, admin. Asian Institute for Liturgy & Music; © 1991, Ramon and Sario Oliano; © Ramon and Sario Oliano, Asian Institute for Liturgy and Music; English translation © Delbert Rice



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