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Thee We Adore, Eternal Lord

Words: Latin, 4th or 5th cent.; tr. Thomas Cotterill, 1815
Music: Traditional German Melody; arr. Samuel Dyer, 1828
Key: Ab major
Tune: MENDON
Meter: LM
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