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Vengo a adorarte

Author: Tim Hughes

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Translator: Francis Castañeda

Francis Castañeda. Musician and Pastor born in Lima Perú (1968). Francis has worked as translator for many different projects and leads Instituto Allegro Internacional where they train worship leaders for churches. Francis Castañeda (email to Hymnary) Go to person page >

Translator: Mario Ríos

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Translator: Mark Young

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Text Information

First Line: Tu luz del mundo bajaste a tinieblas
Title: Vengo a adorarte
English Title: Light of the world you stepped down into darkness
Author: Tim Hughes
Translator: Francis Castañeda
Translator: Mario Ríos
Translator: Mark Young
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Vengo a adorarte
Copyright: © 2001 Thankyou Music (Admin. CapitolCMG Publishing)

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Praise y Adoración #269b

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