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The Best Friend I Ever Had

Walking home with Christ my King, this is why I shout and sing

Author: J. T. Sandlin
Tune: [Walking home with Christ my King, this is why I shout and sing]
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Author: J. T. Sandlin

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Text Information

First Line: Walking home with Christ my King, this is why I shout and sing
Title: The Best Friend I Ever Had
Author: J. T. Sandlin
Language: English
Refrain First Line: He's the best Friend I ever had
Publication Date: 1948
Copyright: Copyright, 1948, by James D. Vaughan, Music Publisher in "Majestic Melodies"

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Majestic Melodies #96

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