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Try to Win Some Soul Each Day

There are souls around you daily, who are going far astray

Author: F. L. Snyder
Tune: [There are souls around you daily, who are going far astray]
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: F. L. Snyder

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Text Information

First Line: There are souls around you daily, who are going far astray
Title: Try to Win Some Soul Each Day
Author: F. L. Snyder
Refrain First Line: Try to win some soul each day of life
Copyright: Public Domain

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Fairer than Day #d85

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Fairer than Day (Enlarged Edition) #38

New Century Carols #d126

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