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Bring Us To Your Light

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format SAB
Publisher E C Schirmer Music Co
Arranger Henry Mollicone

Price: $2.25

Catalog #5759

UPC code: 600313457593

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Bring Us To Your Light Arranged by Henry Mollicone. For SAB. Published by E C Schirmer Music Co. (5759)

Completed in 1994, this setting is dedicated to the memory of Mary Mollicone. The text, written by the composer, is a prayer of imploration. "Shine your light upon us, Lord, our God, Fill our hearts with gladness, Lord, our God, Teach us how to love, O Lord, our God, Hear our humble prayer, O Lord our God, Show us the way to your holy light; Help us find the path to a place of peace, Help us find the way to a place of love, Help us find the path to a place of peace, Bring us to your light, Bring us to your light. Take away our sins, O Lord, our God, Enter in our hearts, O Lord, our God, Fill us with your love, O Lord, our God, Hear our humble prayer, O Lord our God, Show us the way to your holy light."

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