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Who Can Satisfy My Soul Like You?

Who can satisfy my soul like You?

Author: Dennis Jernigan
Tune: WHO CAN SATISFY
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Author: Dennis Jernigan

Born: 1959, Sapulpa, Oklahoma. You may not recognize the name or the face of Dennis Jernigan, but there is a good chance you know some of his music. Songs like “We Will Worship the Lamb of Glory”, “Thank You”, “Great is the Lord Almighty”, “Who Can Satisfy My Soul (There is a Fountain), “I Belong to Jesus”, “Nobody Fills My Heart Like Jesus”, and “You Are My All in All” have been sung widely by the body of Christ since the early 1990s. Having written hundreds of songs (even though Jernigan does not see himself as a song writer but, rather, a song “receiver”), there is so much more to the man than simply a musician. Dennis has given a great deal of his life to setting the spiritually captive free. Having w… Go to person page >

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First Line: Who can satisfy my soul like You?
Title: Who Can Satisfy My Soul Like You?
Author: Dennis Jernigan
Meter: Irregular
Language: English
Refrain First Line: There is a Fountain who is a King
Copyright: © Copyright 1998 Shepherd's Heart Music, Inc. (admin. by Dayspring Music, LLC.)

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Baptist Hymnal 2008 #507

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