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Won, the victory

Onward march, the King commands you

Author: Mark D. Ussery
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Mark D. Ussery

Born in Marlin, TX, he was associated with F. L. Eiland and the Eiland Music Company of Waco, TX. He spent his life writing songs, teaching music, and leading singing in rural churches. Ussery was credited with about 90 songs and 3 hymn books. Ne is buried in Winters, TX. Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Onward march, the King commands you
Title: Won, the victory
Author: Mark D. Ussery
Refrain First Line: Forward, forward, be ye never

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