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First Line:
Amazing grace! (how sweet the sound)
Title:
Amazing grace! (how sweet the sound)
Author:
John Newton (1779)
Meter:
8.6.8.6
Language:
English
Refrain First Line:
My soul wants something that's new, that
Notes:
Spanish translation: See "Divina gracia, qué amor" by Barbara C. Mink
Copyright:
Public Domain
Liturgical Uses:
Communion Songs, Confession Songs

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Title:
NEW BRITAIN
Composer:
Anonymous (1829)
Meter:
8.6.8.6
Copyright:
Public Domain