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The too divine songs

The too divine songs

The too divine songs

By Benjamin Peronne on Wednesday, August 15, 2007 - Comment

Two songs of Bob Marley and Peter Tosh will form part of a new collection of Anglican church hymnals in Jamaica.

It is at the beginning of August which the reverend Ernle Gordon - spokesman of the Anglican Church in Jamaica - declared that the titles One Love and Psalm 27 would be the first  reggae tunes to be appeared in songbooks alongside traditional worship music.

These two titles of Bob marley and Peter Tosh thus will make it possible to modernize the collections of songs proposed by the Church.

And like one says, to sing is to request twice...

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