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First Line:
There's within my heart a melody
Title:
He Keeps Me Singing
Author:
Luther B. Bridgers (1910)
Meter:
9.7.9.7 with refrain
Language:
English
Refrain First Line:
Jesus, Jesus, Jesus
Copyright:
Public Domain

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Title:
SWEETEST NAME (Bridgers)
Composer:
Luther B. Bridgers (1910)
Meter:
9.7.9.7 with refrain
Copyright:
Public Domain