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Dark was that day in nature
Dark was the day, and old Salem was shaken
Dark was the doleful night that wrapt
Dark was the hour, when Jesus bore
Dark was the night, and cold the ground
Dark was the night and hushed each sound
Dark was the night when the Saviour was laid
Dark were the paths our Master trod
Darker and darker fall around, The shadows of the night
Darker than night, life's shadows fall around us
Darkling see the shadows lower
Darkly frowns the evening sky
Darkly rose the guilty morning
Darkly the tempest swept
Darkly the winter day Dawns on the moor
Darkness and clouds of awful shade
Darkness and clouds thy throne surround
Darkness and light
Darkness and Light are Both Alike to Thee
Darkness and sunshine
Darkness broods o'er vale
Darkness Has Faded
Darkness Is Gone
Darkness like a shroud
Darkness Long Hath Veiled The Nations
Darkness o'er the earth is stealing
Darkness o'er the world was brooding
Darkness of Palestine
Darkness of Providence
Darkness of Providence
Darkness overspreads us here
Darkness pervades the mind
Darkness reigns, the hum of life's commotion
Darkness removed
Darkness turned to Light
Dark'ning night the land doth cover
Darling babe, a father's kiss
Darling child, in slumber seeming
Darling, go to rest
Darling, let me kiss thee
Darling Nellie Gray
Darling, we are waiting for thee
Darnach ueber ein lange Zeit
Darparwyd gwledd i'r tlodion
Darst du fuerchten, sieh, am Steuer
Dartmouth
Darum auf, ihr jungen Streiter
Darum bete ich Dich an
Darum du, o Herze ohne gleichen
Darum jubeln mund und herzen

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