['Twas Easter Sunday morning]

['Twas Easter Sunday morning]

Composer: Dick B. Bruun (1915)
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Composer: Dick B. Bruun

Born: 1885, Arkansas. The 1914 Ci­ty Di­rect­o­ry for Oma­ha, Ne­bras­ka, lists Bruun as the ad­ver­tis­ing man­a­ger for the John Deere Plow Com­pa­ny. By 1920, he had moved to Ohio. © The Cyber Hymnal™. Used by permission. (www.hymntime.com)  Go to person page >

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Composer: Dick B. Bruun (1915)
Incipit: 53322 15433 23275
Key: F Major
Copyright: Public Domain


He Sang in the Old Church Choir

&#;Twas Easter Sunday morning,
To the village I had gone;
My boyhood home where lived the ones I loved;
At the church the preacher spoke the Word,
The choir sang sweetly, too,
And in their midst an old man sang
The old songs good and true;
His voice was sweet and tender,
I seem to hear him yet
Sing again an old refrain I never will forget.

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