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Wherever You May Go

Say the word and I will stay

Author: David Kai (1996)
Tune: RENAUD
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: David Kai

David Kai grew up in Toronto attending the Centennial-Japanese United Church. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto, the Humber College music program where he specialized in arranging and composing, and The Centre for Christian Studies. Commissioned as a diaconal minister in 1987, David served in pastoral charges in Birtle, Manitoba, Orleans, Ontario and Ajax, Ontario. David has written hymn tunes and arrangements in collaboration with authors and composers such as Ruth Duck, Linnea Good, Neil Lemke, Pat Mayberry, Jeeva Sam, Doreen Lankshear-Smith and Brian Wren. He was a member of the committee that produced the Voices United hymn book, and also provided music for the Bible Quest curriculum. His hymns and arrangements have appea… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Say the word and I will stay
Title: Wherever You May Go
Author: David Kai (1996)
Meter: Irregular
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Wherever you may go, I will follow
Copyright: © 1996 David Kai

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