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Once when my days were dark and drear

Once when my days were dark and drear

Author: Barber Edwards
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Barber Edwards

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First Line: Once when my days were dark and drear
Author: Barber Edwards
Refrain First Line: I remember the day he came to my soul

Instances

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Crowning Harmony #d71

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