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Seekers of Your Heart

Author: Beverly Darnall

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Author: Dick Tunney

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Author: Melodie Tunney

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Text Information

First Line: Until we give you first place
Title: Seekers of Your Heart
Author: Beverly Darnall
Author: Dick Tunney
Author: Melodie Tunney
Meter: Irregular
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Lord, we want to know you
Copyright: © Copyright 1987 BMG Songs, Inc. (ASCAP) (admin. by BMG Music Publishings, Inc.)/Pamela Kay Music (ASCAP)(admin. by EMI CMG Publishing) All rights reserved. Used by permission

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