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Si Tú Puedes, Cántalo (Everybody, Sing It Out)

Si escubres en la mañana los (When the first new light of the rising sun)

Author: Vicotr Jortack; Translator: Bret Hesla; Translator: William Dexheimer-Pharris
Tune: [Si descubres en la mañana los]
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Author: Vicotr Jortack

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Translator: Bret Hesla

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Translator: William Dexheimer-Pharris

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Text Information

First Line: Si escubres en la mañana los (When the first new light of the rising sun)
Title: Si Tú Puedes, Cántalo (Everybody, Sing It Out)
Author: Vicotr Jortack
Translator: Bret Hesla
Translator: William Dexheimer-Pharris
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: Si tú puedes, cántalo (Ev'rybody, sing it out)
Copyright: © 1998, Augsburg Fortress


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Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #504

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