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Lead Me To The Cross

Author: Brooke Fraser

Brooke Gabrielle Fraser Ligertwood. Uses Brooke Fraser. She was born in Wellington, New Zealand. She began a singing career as a teenager, signing with Sony Music. After moving to Sydney, Australia, she and her husband Scott began writing songs for Hillsong Church. They later moved to Los Angeles and and lead worship at Hillsong LA. Dianne Shapiro, from hillsong.com/contributor/brooke-ligertwood, accessed 3/10/2017 Go to person page >

Author: Antonio Romero

(no biographical information available about Antonio Romero.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Savior I come, quiet my soul, remember
Title: Lead Me To The Cross
Author: Brooke Fraser
Author: Antonio Romero
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Lead me to the cross
Notes: CCLI# 4785828
Copyright: © 2006 Hillsong Music Publishing (admin. Capitol CMG Publishing)

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CCLI Top 100 #74

CCLI Top 100 #82

Praise y Adoración #400a

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