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Jesus took a piece of bread

Author: Michael Forster, b. 1946

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First Line: We eat and drink with Jesus
Title: Jesus took a piece of bread
Author: Michael Forster, b. 1946
Meter: 7.6.7.6 with refrain
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Jesus took a piece of bread
Publication Date: 2000
Copyright: © 1996 Kevin Mayhew Ltd.

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ROYAL OAK

ROYAL OAK is presumably named for a tree at Boscobel, Shropshire, England, in which King Charles II hid during the Battle of Worcester, 1651. A folk song that may well be older than the seventeenth century, ROYAL OAK was associated in the 1600s with the loyalist song "The Twenty-Ninth of May," a son…

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Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New #366

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