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My sins are gone

You ask me why I am happy so I'll just tell you

Author: N. B. Vandall
Tune: [You ask me why I am happy so I'll just tell you why]
Published in 14 hymnals

Author: N. B. Vandall

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Text Information

First Line: You ask me why I am happy so I'll just tell you
Title: My sins are gone
Author: N. B. Vandall
Refrain First Line: They're underneath the blood
Copyright: © 1934, by Harry D. Clarke

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 14 of 14)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Choir Favorites. Volume 4 #d42
Church Hymnal #318
Favorites Number 2: A Collection of Gospel Songs #51Audio
Glad Gospel Songs #16
New Songs of Inspiration No. 2 #d273
New Songs of Inspiration No. 4 #d297
New Songs of Inspiration Number 3 #d288
Old Fashioned Revival Hour Songs Compiled #d114
Sing, Sing, Sing #d88
Singing Youth #d271
Songs of Blessing #d26
Songs of Salvation #d140
Western Style Songs. Vol. 2 #d32
Youthspiration, Vol. II #d75
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