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This old world is swiftly passing on

This old world is swiftly passing on

Author: Hubert Gilmore
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Hubert Gilmore

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First Line: This old world is swiftly passing on
Author: Hubert Gilmore
Refrain First Line: You'd better get closer to the Lord

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Divine Echoes #d107

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