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Ein llygaid agor, Dduw (Open our eyes, O Lord, Who wander in the night)

Ein llygaid agor, Dduw (Open our eyes, O Lord, Who wander in the night)

Author: Ernest Crosby; Translator: Daniel Hughes
Tune: VESPER HYMN (Griffith)
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Ernest Crosby

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Translator: Daniel Hughes

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Text Information

First Line: Ein llygaid agor, Dduw (Open our eyes, O Lord, Who wander in the night)
Original Language: English
Author: Ernest Crosby
Translator: Daniel Hughes
Language: English; Welsh

Tune

VESPER HYMN (Griffith)

Mawl a chân does not indicate which W. Griffith is the composer of this tune. This is a guess.

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