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Morning has come, the table spread

Morning has come, the table spread

Author: Albert R. Ledoux (alt.)
Tune: NORFOLK CHIMES
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Albert R. Ledoux

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First Line: Morning has come, the table spread
Author: Albert R. Ledoux (alt.)
Copyright: Copyright 1945 by H. W. Gray Company (A Division of Belwin-Mills Publishing Corp.) Copyright renewal 1973. Used by permission.

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