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Corre el Viento (Wind and Cold Roar)

Corre el viento en esta gran ciudad (Wind and cold roar through the city street)

Author: Homero Perera; Translator: Madeleine Forell Marshall
Tune: PERDÓN, SEÑOR
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Homero Perera

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Translator: Madeleine Forell Marshall

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Text Information

First Line: Corre el viento en esta gran ciudad (Wind and cold roar through the city street)
Title: Corre el Viento (Wind and Cold Roar)
Spanish Title: Corre el viento en esta gran ciudad
Author: Homero Perera
Translator: Madeleine Forell Marshall
Meter: 9.9.9.9 with refrain
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: Ayúdanos a entender (Help us grasp how this is our sin)
Copyright: © 1978, Homero R. Perera; English tr. © 2003, Augsburg Fortress

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