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George Fox

There's a light that is shining in the heart of a man

Author: Sydney Carter
Tune: [There's a light that is shining in the heart of a man]
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Source: Worship in Song: A Friends Hymnal #272
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Author: Sydney Carter

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First Line: There's a light that is shining in the heart of a man
Title: George Fox
Author: Sydney Carter
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Walk in the light, wherever you may be
Copyright: © 1964 Stainer & Bell, Ltd. / Hope Publishing Co.

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