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  • Tojarg says:
    Jun 09,  · Flee as a Bird Lyrics: Flee as a bird to your mountain / Thou who are weary of sin / Go to the clear flowing fountain / Where you may wash and be clean / .
  • Tezragore says:
    Flee As A Bird To The Mountain ; Just Over In The Glory Land. Song Year: Composer(s): Traditional. Arranger(s): George F. (George Frederick) Root () Lyricist(s): Mary Dana Shindler () J. W. (James W.
  • Arashimuro says:
    Flee as a bird to your mountain, Thou who art weary of sin; Go to the clear flowing fountain, Where you may wash and be clean; Fly, for th’avenger is near thee; Call and the Saviour will hear thee,He on his bosom will bear thee, Thou who art weary of sin, O thou, who art weary of sin. He will protect thee for ever, Wipe ev’ry falling tear; He will forsake thee, O never, Sheltered so.
  • Mekazahn says:
    Jun 27,  · Flee As A Bird To The Mountain / Oh Didn't he ramble! - Louis Armstrong and the All Stars - Satchmo the Great recorded on May 24, , Accra, Ghana (some tracks may have been recorded in New.
  • Moogura says:
    Verse - One thousand shall flee at the rebuke of one.A hyperbole common in Scripture (Deuteronomy ; Joshua ; Leviticus ), and not confined to the sacred rostpropexaremanbrigyswitesurus.xyzinfoi the Ethiopian boasts, in his great inscription, that, with Ammon's help, "many should turn their backs upon a few, and one should rout a thousand" ('Records of the Past,' vol. it. p. 84).
  • Vudokora says:
    Flee As A Bird lyrics - Caroline Herring Flee as a bird to your mountain Thou who art weary with sin Go to the clear flowing fountain Where you may wash and be clean Fly for the avenger is near thee Call, and the Savior will hear thee He on his bosom will bear the O thou who art weary of sin O thou who art weary of sin He will protect thee forever.
  • Gat says:
    Lyrics to '(Oh)Didn't He Ramble' by Louis Armstrong. Didn't he ramble he rambled Rambled all around in and out of town Didn't he ramble didn't he ramble He rambled till the butcher cut him down His feet was in the market rostpropexaremanbrigyswitesurus.xyzinfo head was in the street.
  • Mazuzragore says:
    Sep 18,  · 1. Theme: “Flee as a bird to your mountain.” I love this. I love it. It carries with it the weight of a million meanings – the symbolism of a bird, a mountain – even the word flee. The word is not run or go. It’s very specific: flee, “to run away from a place or situation of danger.”.
  • Shagrel says:
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