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My hope is bright beyond

Without hope what would this world be

Author: J. H. Alleman
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: J. H. Alleman

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First Line: Without hope what would this world be
Title: My hope is bright beyond
Author: J. H. Alleman
Refrain First Line: Bright beyond, bright beyond
Copyright: Public Domain

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