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Dorsey C. Yarbrough

Short Name: Dorsey C. Yarbrough
Full Name: Yarbrough, Dorsey C.
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Texts by Dorsey C. Yarbrough (16)sort ascendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
When the time shall come to sail awayDorsey C. Yarbrough (Author)English2
When the many burdens bend you lowDorsey C. Yarbrough (Author)2
What a joy to serve my blessed Lord each dayDorsey C. Yarbrough (Author)2
We shall meet in that bright city, Out beyond the deep blue skyDorsey C. Yarbrough (Author)English2
There will be a glad reunionDorsey C. Yarbrough (Author)2
There is glory awaiting yonderDorsey C. Yarbrough (Author)English2
There is a book I love to readDorsey C. Yarbrough (Author)2
The first two sinners in the whole wide worldDorsey C. Yarbrough (Author)English2
Sunset of my life is slowly ebbingDorsey C. Yarbrough (Author)English2
Soon I'll hear a glad welcome ringD. C. Y. (Author)English2
Some people may forget the dayDorsey C. Yarbrough (Author)2
Looking far beyond all my tearsDorsey C. Yarbrough (Author)English2
In my soul I have a sweet melody to singDorsey C. Yarbrough (Author)English2
Gone all the lonely days I once hadDorsey C. Yarbrough (Author)English2
Every passing day I'm happy on my wayD. C. Y. (Author)English2
Christ has shed His blood for me, Died my soul from sin to freeDorsey C. Yarbrough (Author)English2
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