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When the evening shadows gather When I close

When the evening shadows gather When I close

Author: Carolyn R. Freeman
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Carolyn R. Freeman

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First Line: When the evening shadows gather When I close
Author: Carolyn R. Freeman
Refrain First Line: I will fear no ill through the long night still

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Instances (1 - 3 of 3)

Enyin Omode, Je K'a Korin (Children, Let us Sing) #d58

The Call to Praise #d144

The Call to Praise, a Hymnal for Children's Division #d138

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