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Come, O Come to Me

Plodding on, the weary footsteps through the desert wend

Translator: Vern Rossman; Author: Kanjirō Nagasaka (1951)
Tune: COME TO ME
Published in 2 hymnals

Translator: Vern Rossman

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Author: Kanjirō Nagasaka

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Text Information

First Line: Plodding on, the weary footsteps through the desert wend
Title: Come, O Come to Me
Translator: Vern Rossman
Author: Kanjirō Nagasaka (1951)
Source: Japanese
Language: English
Publication Date: 1983
Copyright: Used by permission of the Japanese Hymnal Committee.

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