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Ever Be

Author: Bobby Strand

Bobby Strand is a producer and songwriter associated with Bethel Music. Dianne Shapiro Go to person page >

Author: Chris Greeley

(no biographical information available about Chris Greeley.) Go to person page >

Author: Gabriel Wilson

Gabriel Wilson is a producer, songwriter, recording artist and worship leader living near Portland, Oregon. He is also a WorshipU online instructor, teaches at various songwriting and worship conferences and mentors other writers. Dianne Shapiro, from www.gabrielwilson.net, accessed 3/8/2017 Go to person page >

Author: Kalley Heilgenthal

Kalley Heilgenthal is an online instructor with WorshipU and is connected to Bethel Music. Dianne Shapiro Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Your love is devoted
Title: Ever Be
Author: Bobby Strand
Author: Chris Greeley
Author: Gabriel Wilson
Author: Kalley Heilgenthal
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Your praise will ever be on my lips
Notes: CCLI# 7030065
Copyright: © 2014 Bethel Music Publishing

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CCLI Top 100 #29

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CCLI Top 100 #46

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