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Mary queen of all the flowers

The bees are alive in the clover

Author: Mary E. Walsh
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Mary E. Walsh

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First Line: The bees are alive in the clover
Title: Mary queen of all the flowers
Author: Mary E. Walsh
Refrain First Line: Queen of all the flowers
Copyright: Public Domain

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