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Only a Boy Named David

Full Text

Only a boy named David, only a little sling,
only a boy named David, but he could pray and sing.
Only a boy named David, only a rippling brook,
only a boy named David, but five little stones he took.
And one little stone went in the sling,
and the sling went round and round.
And one little stone went in the sling,
and the sling went round and round,
and round and round and round and round,
and round and round and round.
And one little stone went up in the air,
and the giant came tumbling down.


Source: Sing With Me #76

Author: Arthur Arnott

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Text Information

First Line: Only a boy named David
Title: Only a Boy Named David
Author: Arthur Arnott (1931)
Language: English

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Sing With Me #76TextPage Scan
Small Church Music #6845Audio
Songs for Life #109TextPage Scan
Include 1 pre-1979 instance



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