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A River Flows through Babylon (En Babilonia hay ríos)

Our captors ask us for a song, but can we sing of God (Nos piden el cantar de Sión, mas ¿cómo dar loor?)

Author: Adam M. L. Tice; Translator: María Eugenia Cornou; Translator: Carlos Colón
Tune: SOJOURN (Colón)
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Author: Adam M. L. Tice

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First Line: Our captors ask us for a song, but can we sing of God (Nos piden el cantar de Sión, mas ¿cómo dar loor?)
Title: A River Flows through Babylon (En Babilonia hay ríos)
Author: Adam M. L. Tice
Translator: María Eugenia Cornou
Translator: Carlos Colón
Meter: 14 14 14 14 D
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: A river flows through Babylon and poplars line the shore (En Babilonia hay ríos con sus álamos en flor)
Copyright: © 2019, GIA Publications, Inc.

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