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Jesus Is the Sweetest Friend of All

Won't you come and join the army of the Lord?

Author: A. B. Sebren
Tune: [Won't you come and join the army of the Lord?]
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: A. B. Sebren

Arthur B. Sebren, was born August 15, 1879 in Sabine Parish, Louisiana. He was the third of twelve children born to Richard Henry and Sarah Jane Roe Sebren. Arthur was a vocalist, teacher, and composer and was the brother of George Washington Sebren who himself was a well-known singer, composer and publisher. Beginning in 1925, Arthur was the baritone in the Vaughan Happy Two along with tenor Cullie G. Wilson. The popular duo traveled throughout the United States and recorded under both the Vaughan and Victor labels. Arthur wrote many songs but is best remembered for "I'll Be No Stranger There", written with J.H. Alcon and recorded by the Chuck Wagon Gang in 1941, and "Rockin' On The Waves", recorded by the Vaughan Quartet , the… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Won't you come and join the army of the Lord?
Title: Jesus Is the Sweetest Friend of All
Author: A. B. Sebren
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Jesus is the glorious light
Copyright: Public Domain

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Song Service #149

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