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Text Information

First Line: The shadows flee and night fades away
Title: Daybreak
Author: Phil Brower
Author: Lynne Brower
Refrain First Line: It’s daybreak— the Lamb lives again
Publication Date: 1981
Copyright: 1979 by Singspiration
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