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Fathers love their families x 3
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Sail across the sea
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Mothers love their families x 3
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Sail across the sea
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Flee the war and flee the killing x3
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Sail across the sea
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Welcome father, Welcome mothers, Welcome Sisters, Welcome Brothers
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Welcome children in your boats, Sailed across the sea.
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Sailed across the sea.
  
 
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Editor: Sarah Lambert (submitted 2015-02-02).   Score information: A4, 1 page, 50 kB   Copyright: CC BY SA
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General Information

Title: Jacob's Ladder Welcome
Composer: Sarah Lambert
Lyricist: Sarah Lambert

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB
Genre: SecularChorale

Language: Unknown
Instruments: A cappella

Published: 2014

Description: I have modified the traditional Jacob's Ladder hymn, to create a song about compassion for Refugees and Asylum Seekers. It was sung as part of a Mass Choir finale at a Refugee Week concert 20/6/14 held Wollongong. Previously this song has been modified to become a powerful union song, "We are Building a Strong Union." Sarah Lambert, Music Director, Illawarra Union Singers

External websites: https://soundcloud.com/sarah-lambert/sets/boundless-plains-practice

Original text and translations

Fathers love their families x 3 Sail across the sea

Mothers love their families x 3 Sail across the sea

Flee the war and flee the killing x3 Sail across the sea

Welcome father, Welcome mothers, Welcome Sisters, Welcome Brothers Welcome children in your boats, Sailed across the sea. Sailed across the sea.