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Weary of Earth, and Laden with my Sin

Author or Translator: Joseph W. Cook

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Text Information

First Line: Maka kiŋ de iwamatuka ḣca
Title: Weary of Earth, and Laden with my Sin
Author or Translator: Joseph W. Cook
Language: Dakota
Publication Date: 1951
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1951.

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LANGRAN

LANGRAN (also known as ST. AGNES) was composed by James Langran (b. London, England, 1835; d. London, 1909) and first published by Novello in a pamplet in 1861 as a setting for the hymn text "Abide with Me." Several other texts have also been set to the tune, which is one of Langran's best. Sing it…

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