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Spring song

The rain is falling with a tap tap tap

Author: Aurora M. Shumate
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Aurora M. Shumate

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First Line: The rain is falling with a tap tap tap
Title: Spring song
Author: Aurora M. Shumate

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Enyin Omode, Je K'a Korin (Children, Let us Sing) #d48

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