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Crystal water

O why are summer roses that blossom on the lawn

Author: Molly Cousin
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Molly Cousin

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Text Information

First Line: O why are summer roses that blossom on the lawn
Title: Crystal water
Author: Molly Cousin
Refrain First Line: The pearly dew



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