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Adiós, Reina del Cielo (Adiós, O Queen of Heaven)

De tu divino rostro (The time has come to leave you)

Translator: Juan Eduardo Wolf; Translator: Jill Ann Switzer
Tune: [De tu divino rostro]
Published in 1 hymnal

Translator: Juan Eduardo Wolf

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Translator: Jill Ann Switzer

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Text Information

First Line: De tu divino rostro (The time has come to leave you)
Title: Adiós, Reina del Cielo (Adiós, O Queen of Heaven)
Translator: Juan Eduardo Wolf
Translator: Jill Ann Switzer
Source: Traditional
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: Adiós, Reina del cielo (Adiós, O Queen of heaven)
Copyright: English tr. © 2012, GIA Publications, Inc.

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