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Reflected in Our Steel and Glass

Reflected in our steel and glass

Author: John Core (2010)
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: John Core

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First Line: Reflected in our steel and glass
Title: Reflected in Our Steel and Glass
Author: John Core (2010)
Language: English
Publication Date: 2015
Notes: Tune: MELCOMBE, Voices United 405 or TALLIS' CANON, Voices United 440
Copyright: © Wayne Leupold Editions, Inc. Published in this collection by permission. Permission to reproduce this text for any reason, including a worship service, must be obtained either through a licensing agency (e.g., CCLI, OneLIcense.net,LicenSing) or directly from the publisher (www.wayneleupold.com)

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