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I'll Walk with You - cover

I'll Walk with You

Carol Lynn Pearson

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Help little ones learn to show love for the people around them, no matter how they look, sound, pray, love, or think. This popular song, written for children in 1987, will enchant children with a sweet, tender poem about loving and accepting others, no matter what they look like, where they come from, or what their age and abilities are.

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