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Song background:

An arrangement of LDS hymn #140.  Lyrics by Mary A. Pepper Kidder, music by William O. Perkins.  Reverent, flowing, and easy-to-learn version of this familiar hymn.  Tenors have the best part, so put some altos on the tenor part if you need to.

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