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Moving On Up A Little Higher

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Keep Your Hand On The Plow
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Dark Was The Night And Cold The Ground
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Jesus Met The Woman At The Well
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Troubles Of The World
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Didn't It Rain
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I'm Gonna Live The Life I Sing About In My Song
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In The Upper Room
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When The Saints Go Marching In
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Move On Up A Little Higher
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His Eye Is On The Sparrow
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Before This Time Another Year
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There's Been A Great Change In Me
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He's Pleading In Glory For Me
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Have A Little Talk With Jesus
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I Cannot Make This Journey By Myself
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I'm Glad Salvation Is Free
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Savior More Than Life To Me
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Childhood Church Memories (Father I Stretch My Hands To Thee)
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The Reunion With Thomas A. Dorsey
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Beams Of Heaven
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When The Roll Will Be Called In Heaven
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Getting Happy In Chicago
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Total Tracks: 22   Total Length: 74:03

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