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Me viniste a rescatar

Author: Dylan Thomas

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Author: Joel Davies

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Author: Marty Sampson

Marty Sampson is a worship leader and songwriter at Hillsong Church in Sydney, Australia. Dianne Shapiro, from hillsong.com/contributor/marty-sampson, accessed 3/9/2017 Go to person page >

Translator: Tania Braun

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Translator: Toni Romero

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Text Information

First Line: Vengo ante ti postrado
Title: Me viniste a rescatar
Author: Dylan Thomas
Author: Joel Davies
Author: Marty Sampson
Translator: Tania Braun
Translator: Toni Romero
Refrain First Line: Clamé, me oíste
Copyright: © 2005 Hillsong Music Publishing (admin. by CapitolCMG Publishing)

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