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Come, Smell the Scent of Sweet Wild Flowers (Uga di uga mi busha)

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Uga di uga mi busha (Come, smell the scent of sweet wild flowers)

Author: Seiei Yokota; Paraphraser (English): Ronald Hines
Tune: TINSAGU NO HANA
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Author: Seiei Yokota

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Paraphraser (English): Ronald Hines

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First Line: Uga di uga mi busha (Come, smell the scent of sweet wild flowers)
Title: Come, Smell the Scent of Sweet Wild Flowers (Uga di uga mi busha)
Author: Seiei Yokota
Paraphraser (English): Ronald Hines
Place of Origin: Japan
Language: English; Okinawan
Copyright: © 1990 Christian Conference of Asia, GIA Publications, Inc., agent

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