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When the world seems cold and dreary

When the world seems cold and dreary

Author: Mattie Alice Long
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Mattie Alice Long

Early 20th Century Lyrics: America, of Her We Sing Flash the Light of Truth Along Go Out in the Highways I Am Going Back to Jesus Joyful Songs We Sing Love That Is Never Failing My Heart Is Filled with Peace and Love Our Joyful Songs We’ll Sing in Praise Pure Water, Cold Water Silent Night, Hallowed Night Sing the Song Soldier Boys and Girls Are We The Christ Is King o’er All the World There Is a Song I Love to Sing Walking with Jesus We Are Little Children We Are Marching on to Battle When the World Seems Cold and Dreary With Our Banners Waving High in the Light You’ve a Friend Who’s Interceding http://www.hymntime.com/tch/bio/… Go to person page >

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First Line: When the world seems cold and dreary
Author: Mattie Alice Long
Refrain First Line: Sweet peace comes o'er me stealing

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