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The Song of the Supper

Author: John L. Bell

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Text Information

First Line: The time was early evening
Title: The Song of the Supper
Author: John L. Bell
Meter: Irregular
Refrain First Line: Oh, the food come from the baker
Copyright: © 1988, Iona Community, GIA Publications, Inc. agent

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The New Century Hymnal #344

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