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Becky Stark

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The whole world was gathered
At the shore of the earth
Holding hands and celebrating
The little girlís birth.
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Hymn composed by Stark, quoted in "North American Songbird" by ZoŽ Wolff, in The New York Times (3 June 2007)

 
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