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Cantemos Todos, Cantemos (Together Let Us Sing Praises

Señor, tu pueblo te espera (O Christ, your people are waiting)

Author: Benjamin Nuñez; Translator (English): Ruth Duck, n. 1947
Tune: PAMBICHE
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Author: Benjamin Nuñez

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Translator (English): Ruth Duck, n. 1947

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Text Information

First Line: Señor, tu pueblo te espera (O Christ, your people are waiting)
Title: Cantemos Todos, Cantemos (Together Let Us Sing Praises
Spanish Title: Señor, tu pueblo te espera
Author: Benjamin Nuñez
Translator (English): Ruth Duck, n. 1947
Meter: 8.8.8.9 with refrain
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: Cantemos todos cantemos (Together let us sing praises)
Copyright: © 1979, Order of Saint Benedict, admin por Liturgical Press; Tr. © 2012 GIA Publications, Inc.

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Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #357

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