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Psalm 63: My Soul Is Thirsting

Author (verses): Steve Agrisano

Steve Agrisano is a composer, musician and youth minister. He has emceed several National Catholic Youth Conferences and leads workshops on how to integrate music into the liturgy more effectively. Dianne Shapiro (from Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O God, you are my God
Title: Psalm 63: My Soul Is Thirsting
Author (verses): Steve Agrisano
Source: Alt. refrain: The Liturgy of the Hours
Refrain First Line: 1. My soul is thirsting for you, O Lord 2. As morning breaks I look to you
Copyright: Alt refrain trans. © 1974, ICEL; Refrain trans. © 1969, 1981, ICEL; Verses © 1997, 1998 Steve Agrisano



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