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Fue for mí

¿Por qué dejar su gloria, naciendo junto al buey?

Author: David Bolling; Author: Rod Frances; Translator: Theresa Bixby (b.1951)
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Author: David Bolling

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Author: Rod Frances

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Translator: Theresa Bixby (b.1951)

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Text Information

First Line: ¿Por qué dejar su gloria, naciendo junto al buey?
Title: Fue for mí
English Title: It Was for Me
Author: David Bolling
Author: Rod Frances
Translator: Theresa Bixby (b.1951)
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Por mí Jesús lloró
Publication Date: 2016
Copyright: ©1987 Lillenas Publishing Co. (SESAC) Pilot Point Music (ASCAP)


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Praise y Adoración #357b

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